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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .f' SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 67 NO. 104 FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2012 48 PAGES 75 Spelling Mistake 01 Woman's Name Is Nightmare SEE PAGE 4-A suspect sought WhoAnacked Pre-Teen SEE PAGE 23-A Trio Caught ln$152,000 loan Scheme SEE PAGE 22-A MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN VISITS WITH SENTINEl EDITORIAl BOARD Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn met with the Sentinel Editorial Board on Tuesday, August 14, 2012, to share specifics of the City's 2013 Budget. In addition to not having to lay off any employees, the Mayor said he is able to give his senior staff, who did not get an increase in the last budget, an increase this year. The goal of his administration is to put people first. Board members in attendance, left to right, James Tokley, C. Blythe Andrews, III, President; Rubin Padgett, S. Kay Andrews, Publisher; Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Gwen Hayes, Editor; Wilbert Malphus and Apostle James H. Howell. (See article on Page 4-A)

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0 Features N --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1',.... Minoritv Owned Car Senice Featured In Business Journal c BY IRIS B. HOLTON a: Sentinel City Editor LL I n 200 7, Ms. Beleria Floyd deve l o ped a n idea to pro vi d e a unique service Afte r completing r esearch, s h e obta ined all of the nec essary paperwork required to launch a new business in the transportation industry Ms. Floyd wanted to offer something about her business that would set it apart from others in the industry. She found her niche and when she opened the doors of Grand Dames Car Service, Inc., in February 2008, she hired all female drivers. Ms. Floyd's business, Grand Dames Car Service, was featured in the Tampa Bay Business Journal Ms. Beleria Floyd, owner of Grand Dames Car Service, Inc., stands beside one of her vehicles. She anticipates the Republican National Convention will keep her drivers busy. (Photo by Kathleen Cabbie) e last month. If Ms. Floyd said, "Having c Grand Dames Car Service, Z Inc, featured in the Tampa Business Journal C( feels like we've hit a home5J run in the major leagues. W For 4 years we played in the minor league, then in > our sth year in business we ffi moved to the majors and hit :j a homerun our first time at 0 bat. W The TBBJ is published in 41 major markets through ::J out the United States, which will give Grand Dames more D. exposure and allow us to reach a much broader mar ket." Through the years, Ms. Floyd has learned a lot about the business. But, perhaps one of the most important lessons is that word of mouth is the best form of advertising She also capital izes on networking at vari ous events to get her name out there. Now, approaching five years of providing quality service, Ms. Floyd has achieved several goals. When I started nearly five years ago, I was new, but some companies took a chance on me. Now, nearly z t= w -I -I BARBARA 1. PITTMAN :::: ID -I w Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law z Cypress Point Office Park W 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 c (813)269-9706 Fax: (813)960-0641 i: The hiring of a la'N)'Or is on ilnpomont deci&ioo that
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r=eatures Police IDicer Helps Youngster To Receive A New Bicycle BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Saturday, Jeremiah Fields, and his father, Jerry Fields, were among several residents who volunteered to build a new playground at Ragan Park. Jeremiah rode the bicycle his dad had just purchased for him. However, while Jeremiah and the others were helping with the playground, someone stole his bicycle. Fields, who works out of the Labor Pool had saved money to buy the used bicycle so that his son could ride it to school. After they discovered the bicycle was gone, Fields re ported it to the police and Officer Keith Padellero took the report. Major Gerald Honeywell said, "After taking the report, Officer Padellero felt compelled to do some thing for the child. He called his supervisor who in turn called me asking how we can help this kid. I told her let's put our money together and buy him a bike. Vanguard Law Firm On hand to witness Jeremiah receive his new bicycle were on the front row: Frank Marsalisi, Arthenia Joyner, both Vanguard Attorneys; Ms. Janette Schuler, Jeremiah's stepmother; Jeremiah Fields, Attorney Carlton, of Vanguard Attorneys; and Tampa Police Officer Keith Padellero. Shown on the back row are Officer Kristina Duran, Sgt. Calvin Johnson, and Jerry Fields, Jeremiah's father. heard about the story and wanted to assist ," Major Honeywell said. It didn't take long before the donations poured in from officers and the law firm. Because of their donation, Jer-emiah is the recipient of a new bicycle, a new helmet, and a new bicycle lock. Major Honeywell said rookie cop, Officer Padellero was determined to help little Jeremiah out. AUTO FREE Professional Service News Alert Tile Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 Service Support and Help from the begiming to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain 'D'ansportatlon Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Accidents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Accidents Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More ... For Loss Wages And Medical Care (PIP Insurance Needed) "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week llllaMie B. Inc. Woman Charged With Threatening To Blow Up Child Care Center On Wednesday, the Hills borough County Sheriffs Of fice reported that a local reporter received a text mes sage on her company phone that was sent from a cellular phone with an 813 area code. Deputies said the mes sage stated, "seems like I gotta make threats to be heard, its f---up how I'm being done with my kids but if I go and blow up the H.K.1. East Care Center, then everyone is gonna want to listen then. RECIAHENRY the person who sent the threatening message. She re portedly admitted sending the message to the reporter. Recia Henry, 27, was )> c C) c (/) -1 .... ...... N 0 .... N The reporter contacted law enforcement to report the incident and detectives responded to the facility at 4520 Oak Fair Boulevard to search the building. The search proved to be negative. At 8:40 p.m., a sergeant with the Sheriffs Office re sponded to the residence of ., arrested and charged with r threatening to discharge a 0 destructive device. She re:!! c mains in jail with her bond )> posted at $7,500. (J) m Specializing In The Followng Areas: Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury lmigration REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. F. KMnl Ogunt.bl law 109 N. Annenla Avenue T.npa,FL33609 (813) 264-8717 Thank you! With your support ... victory in November! www.Craiglatimer.com larimer2012ttgmai.com Doooomir,ffll z :::::! z m r aJ c r r m :::::! z "'D c aJ r c;; :I: m c

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... 0 Mavor Buckhorn Visits With The A Mistake In Spelling Sentinel Bulletin Editorial Board 11 Woman's Name Becomes NI-Uhtmare balance. Then he smiled and And then there were his reu. Accompanied by his two top assistants, Mayor Bob Buckhorn paid the Sentinel Editorial Board a visit just the other day to talk about what has everyone a-buzz: the pro posed City budget. To the tune of $804.4 mil lion of which nearly $9 million is in reserves and an es timated $300 million will be used for deyelopment, what impressed our editorial board immedi atel y was Mayor Buckhorn's decision not to cut jobs. Somehow during these close depression tim e s, the Buckhorn admini s tration has f ound a wa y to do away with alread y v acant posi t ions leav ing the bread and butter of city employees unsliced. Still resembling a middle u. aged Jimmy Cagney, wear e ing a conservative suit and striped tie Mayor Buck-horn seemed quite at home as he lounged in a leather easy chair and began to discuss not W only the nuts and bolts of the budget, but began to share his a:> vision of a city and a city's fuW ture he, no doubt, has cher> ished for years. W When asked by a Board member how he managed to :Z::: up the 2012-13 budget by $45 million without sacrificing any m jobs, Buckhorn peered into K cupped hands and said, I've z said, I knew we were coming out of a depression. So, I had to inspire employees out of this debacle" ("debacle": meaning defeat, over throw, or "trouncing." Now, there's a word you don t hear everyday). But our meeting was just beginning. Mayor Buckhorn wasted no time in tear ing into the intricacies of the City s budget as if it were a goldmine he d discovered the previous evening Yet, in the midst of dollars and cents he took time to say There s an electricity about Tampa that hasn t existed for a long time." Mayor Buckhorn was also quick not to take all the credit for the progress of a city that, if all goes well during the upcoming Republican Na tional Convention, will finally have achieved that world class status it has always courted. Said the mayor, 'We've got a whole new team that isn't fighting over the old stuff,;, re ferring to the new County Ad ministrator and 3 new County Commissioners and its chair; Port Authority and Aviation Authority heads, which en compass other municipalities throughout Tampa Bay. Then he paused and made a curious statement. "Using my pulpit," smiled Buckhorn, as an apostle for future i= w ...J ...J :l m ...J w z I Promise To Always Represent You With: i= z w en
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editorials Columns 3l (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 g Published Every Tuesday and Friday By c FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., CJ) Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) -1 POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETIY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrfptions-$44.D0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do no! necesssrlly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletln or the Publisher IPrimarv Voting: The Morning After I T he primary election process has ended. Once again, what began with a roar, ended with a yawn. Throughout voting precincts, volunteers privately admitted, they had time to do their nails, read a book, call their grandchildren, and do everything, but process people to vote. Was it the volunteers' fault? Certainly, they had been adequately trained to do their jobs. So, what was the problem? Simply put, the people didn't come. Where were prospective voters? They were at home and still asleep. They were busily manning a 9-to-sjob. They were waiting for their Social Security check to come in the mail. They were walking a pit bull pup who liked to take long strolls through a park that was not near any polling place. In essence, the people who should have taken time out to vote, to vote on Saturday, or even to send absentee votes were somewhere, doing some-thing that had nothing whatsoever to do with the bloodstained, hard-earned, inalienable and Constitutional right to place a ballot. And then there were the arrogant -ignorant those pigheaded, proud-to-be-stupid men and women who for the price of pudding would proudly give a dissertation on why voters were fools and the right to vote was a Communist plot. So, you see, State Republicans had little to fear about the so-called nemesis of public voting power. In truth, or at least in survey, it either was asleep or simply didn't exist. And what do we have to show for our stupidity? The answer is quite simple. For those of us who did not vote, we shall be besieged by the same rascals who have ridden our backs for the past two-to-four years. Once again, our best and brightest are overlooked. But like all mules, donkeys, and other beasts ofburden, perhaps, we are used to such political saddling by now. Why else would we have stayed at home? America's Economv: Who's Reallv To Blame;a D id you ever get slapped for something your brother, or sister did? Even now, many years later, you remember the sting of that hard knock as if it happened just a second ago, don't you? Equally so, you remember having to clean up after your brother or sister for the mess he or she made, to your helpless and great chagrin. Well, imagine how President Barack Obama must feel at the end of a day about certain Americans' anger toward him because he was either unable to deliver or create (as of yet) millions of jobs expected by an unemployed multitude. Seemingly, people have forgotten all about another man whose name was George W. Bush, and about the financial catastrophe he "left behind" when he humbly took his leave from the office of President. And if they have forgotten about "G. W.," then maybe, they've also had a lapse of memory about the de-regulation of banking, investment, and mortgage industries that made financial executives on Wall Street resemble the Dalton gang at the OK Corral. But while you're remembering, also recall how you used to argue with your brother or sister about his or her making a mess for you to clean up, in the first place. Then think how President Obama must argue and cajole with a Republican Congress and governors to get anything or do anything positive for American people only to have his Republican cohorts to turn-round and accuse President Obama of not doing the very same thing they would not allow him to do. According to one Nobel Prize-winning economist, America's sluggish economy was brought on mainly by the growing inequality of wealth in the United States." But we think racism and brick throwing are the real problems. I am not the same person I was five years ago. If someone asked, I would consider myself a mere shadow of the individ ual I was 10 years ago. And when I think back to the 16year-old I was 24 years ago, forget about it I don't even know that kid. Everything about me has changed. The way I look, the way I see the world, the way I act, even my taste in women has evolved ("redbones" are pretty, but not necessarily top shelf) That being the case, what sense does it make a per son to judge me today for any thing they knew about me then? The same could be said for anyone. Human beings are constantly in a state of transi tion. Our environment dictates our behavior. And as it changes, we change, grow and adapt. We make mistakes. We learn from those mistakes. We try not to repeat the process of making those same mistakes. At least that's how it's sup posed to work. I couldn t help but be re minded of this when I read the story of Jere Walker. Here is a man who was given 5 life sentences at 17. An age that, under the current law, a per son is not considered competent enough to vote, buy alcohol or drive. I don't know much about Mr. Walker or the particu lars of his case. But from what I have been able to piece to gether, it sounds like he was a young kid who got caught up with some older individuals and ended up participating in an outrageous crime spree that involved several armed rob beries and a sexual assault. For the record, I don't condone Mr. Walker's crimes. In fact, I doubt that he would even attempt to justify his own actions on that night over two decades ago. But, the truth is, as horrible as his criminal in fractions are perceived, he didn't kill anybody. Regardless of how trauma tized his victims may still be, they survived their violent en counter with Mr. Walker./ And according to a recent Supreme Court judgment, juveniles cannot be given life sentences for crimes that do not result in death What the justices are say ing with this ruling is that, re gardless of the crime children who do not commit murder should not be thrown away forever In other words, a child is salvageable. In a perfect world where justice is truly blind and ad ministered without prejudice, this new reading of law would mean that Mr, Walker could have his sentence commuted to the nearly 25 years he' s al ready served. A fair term that would ad dress the serious nature of his crime, but also adhere to what the Supreme Court intended by allowing former impres sionable juvenile offenders to re-enter society. But this isn't a perfect world. It is a vindictive, unre lenting one. And since Mr. Walker's victims included a former judge and several other prominent members of the community, the court respon sible for his re sentencing de cided to tailor the Supreme Court's decision to fit their agenda. Of course, the judge as signed to the case, the Honorable Debra Behnke, followed the letter of the law and commuted Walker's sen tence. But, she did it on terms that not only set a precedent for other juveniles seeking re lief, but to let others know that by no means did the new rul ing have a dulling effect on the hammer of justice in Hillsbo rough County. N 0 .... N By taking away Walker's 5 life sentences and replacing them with a 100-year sentence made up of two consecutive 30-year sentences and an ad ditional 40-year sentence, she made sure that ifW alker ever got out of prison, he would have out lived the greatest of expectations. It is obvious that this is not what the Supreme Court in0 tended to happen with their :!! decision. But, since sentencing 15 and 16-year-olds to the cenen tury mark leaves, at least, the m plausibility of a potential release, a loophole exists that z will continue the excessive m punishment of juvenile offend1 ers. Many of whom will continue to-be minorities. r As the ultimate victims of h; ..... their own crimes, I can't help but have some sympathy for Z "U men like Walker whose poor c decisions as a youth still haunt m r him well into adulth9od. His (i; dilemma should act as a re:I: minder and a wakeup call for all who would dare follow in m his footsteps. < It just reinforces that old saying. "God forgives. Hanging < judges don't." Always think (:! twice. m Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him C/) c )lo z c at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the 3l Florida Sentinel Bulletin 0 Publishing Company. SENTINEL EDITORIAL BOARD RECOMMENDATION RESULTS PtR:ent Toll/ PtR:ent Tcfal Ptlttnt Toll/ U.S. Senate County JIJdae. GrouP 3 School Board District 5 *BIINelson 81.33% *AmOber 63.60% 65,793 *Ooretha Edgeeont 70.11% 1o,m Glen Btrkett 18.67% 8,257 John Grant 36.40% 37,653 Henry Balard 29.89',.{, 4,594 State Reo. District 61 School Board District 7 -Reed 8,710 Fm:es Perrone 55..96% 56,594 Carol KlldeU 35.93% Tatiana M. Denson 19.07% 2,M2 Twine 34.17% 34.563 *Joe Robitson 9.81% 9,004 Suoermor ot EJections County Judge, GrouP 12 Precinct Committeemen Craig Latimer 52.76% 22,528 *Matt lucas 57.59% 57 (1JJ7 Precitct 209 *Thomas Scott 47.24% 20,167 Haley Jacobs 42.41% 42,124 *Howard Harris, Jr. 72.67% 125 Jesse Meadow 27.33% 47 Cow1ty Commissioner Dist. 2 School Board District 1 "'ktor Crist 63.19% 19,055 *Susan valdes 62.36% 10,359 Precinct 633 Sharon Calvert 36.81% 11,102 Eduardo Calcines 37.64% 6,253 William McBride, Jr. 63.64% 63 Wesley Kent 36.36% 36 Circuit Judge, 13111 Circuit GI'OUD 14 School Board District 3 *Mark R. Wolfe 63.28% 64,795 *Cindy Stuart 57.51% 13,301 Precinct 325 C) Jolmnie B Byrd, Jr. 36.72% 37,604 Jacklarm 42.49% 9 ,829 Brenda Mobley 34.79% 183 m (11 'Indicates Sentinel Recommendations *Molbert Scrivens 34A1% 181 I )>

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Nr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Pa eSix ..,: .,.. .... en :l (!J :l c( Council Concerned About Crowds At w. Tampa Park > With the Republican Na tional Convention scheduled a: to start this month, the Tampa LL. City Council on Thursday addressed the issues concerning the Voice of Freedom Park in West Tampa The park is privately owned by businessman, Joe Redner, who has allowed the Occupy Tampa Group to use it as a camp site. After numerous complaints from some busi ness owners in the area, a pe tition was circulated. That petition was presented to the Council a week ago. Last week, Redner an nounced that he had given the group until September 15th to leave the park. Councilwoman Yolie Capin, however, felt the group should leave sooner, and asked the city's legal staff could something be done in the area 0 of zoning violations to get the a: group to leave now. LL City Attorney James C Shimberg said there may be an issue with the tents on the property being in violation of a zoning laws. en Councilwoman Capin W raised the issue of crowds :l .,_ gathering on Main Street at night, and curbside barbecue w > w c w :::z::: en :J D :l 0.. z w ..J ..J :l D ..J w z z w en c( c a: 0 ..J LL. Benefits of E nro llin g m Our School oSeMsStudei1tsAges1&-21 Oflexj)i Schedule 7:30AM:30AI 11:30 AI 3:30 PI COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK ..... upset by comments made by Yolie Capin regarding West Tampa. grills. "I' rode through the area at night with a TPD Officer, as far up as the Hollywood Nights Club, and I always see large groups of people in the streets." Main Street business owner, Bernard Jordan, told Council members that he is aware of the crowds gather ing in the streets, and feels the fact that are not patronizing his businesses is detrimental. Council members decided to hold a workshop on the problem before a final decision is made, and invited Redner and Jordan to attend the workshop. Councilman Frank Reddick said it was hard for him to sit and listen to the comments of his colleagues without blowing his top. "I am very upset and disap pointed with my colleagues. I think they are very insensitive to the needs of the people of West Tampa. I'm offended by comments made by woman Capin about street parties and sidewalk barbecue grills. "It appears when my col leagues need the votes of the people in West Tampa, they show so much concern. But when the people need them, they turn their backs. Councilman Reddick also said out of respect, he feels if Councilwoman Capin is to ride through his district at night, she should let him know about it. "I think Capin's remarks were out ofline, and she didn't put a lot of thought into her comments before she let them out during our meeting. "As far as the city accom modating the protestors ex pected to come to the park, I think Redner should do that since they are using his park. ---OPEN HOUSE---MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 2012 5 P.M. 7 P.M. WEST UNIVERSITY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL o Shortened School Day oSef.Paced 11602 N. 15th Street, FL33612 oOpportunitytoAccelerateGI1Juation 1 813.245.9766 0 Credit for WoltNolooteer Service C;ner ltd Transition Planning OESEand ESOLServices l Call today or Ofree T1111spol1ation l OQn.Site Support Specialit 0 Parenting Classe$ Whv Pres. Obama's campaign Is likelv To overcome Voting Laws A judge in Pennsylvania up held a new voter ID law in the state on Wednesday, dealing a blow to liberal groups and De mocrats who had argued it imposes an unfair burden on many potential voters But the provision in Penn sylvania and others around the country, which Attorney General Eric Holder has likened to poll taxes, may not actually be a huge threat to Pres. Obama's chances of winning reelection, despite Democratic concerns that mi norities disproportionately don't have photo ID's. Why not? First of all, most of the nine states with the strictest voting provisions, those that do not allow a per son's vote to be counted un less he or she has a valid picture ID, are unlikely to be heavily contested this Novem ber. Here's the list, from the Nationa} Conference of State Legislatures: Mitt Romney is almost certain to win Georgia, Indi ana, Kansas, and Tennessee, states where these laws are in effect. (In fact, despite one of these laws, Pres. Obama was the first Democrat in a generation to win in Indiana, suggesting strong Democratic enthusiasm can overcome them. His poll numbers have declined so much in Hoosier State that Pres. Obama's campaign has largely written off the state.) South Carolina, Missis sippi and Texas have all ap proved these provisions, but under the Civil Right Act, the Department of Justice must certify their laws won't dispro portionately affect minority voters. DOJ has rejected the laws in Texas and South Car olina and not yet given clear ance in Mississippi. Wamer Unlwerslty Announces I lew Co.ort Forlna Auaust27 I lew Cellert Is ......... Ill ... 34 .. StrMt a.rc ef IN, ..... Students complete the Associates degree online with weekly mentoring and academic support from the local church community. Qualified Warner University, a educational facilitators regionally accredited meet with the cohort one Christian university in night each week. central Florida, is Students complete the beginning a new cohort work online taking two at the 34th Street courses every 8 weeks. of God in Tampa. The Bachelor's degrees in new cohort is modeled business, education, after a successful pilot health c:are management program developed in and ministry are offered 2010. Ten students beyond the associates. graduated from the first cohort in May 2012 with their Associates degree. (<,nto,! R"' J.,:f,,.f A ; J'"'n"-t' 813 :248 6548 <>;>! ::23 jCffP''y : 'fflr'Hr t..JL.

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Local ""' :!! c Big Back To School Event To Be Held At Beautv Salon )> c: G) On Sunday, August 19th from 2 p m until 4 p m Jacqueline Staley of HBIC Events, and Dianne Hart of Ms. D e e s World of Beau ty Salon have united to host a Back To School Event at Ms Dee s World of Beauty Salon 3720 112 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard The first so children that show proof of making the honor roll will get a $so s hoe gift certificate Also, 3S stu dents will get hair vouchers be tween 8 a. m and 12 noon for girls and boys. There will be book bags and supplies for 100 kids. Ms. Hart, said as a business owner she s been s ponsor i ng this e vent for 1S y ears We actuall y partnered with HBIC E v ents this year a nd othe r busin e sses so we c ould offer more to the chil d ren and the i r families. We feel b y doing this, we help a lot of parents and w e DIANE HART also keep in touch with the same families for Christmas time Ms. Hart said she 'll also be giving away book bags and school supplies to the children at Lake Magdalene. "As far as this event is con cerned, I'd like to say grand parents who are raising their grandchildren are always in need and we ask others to be more thoughtful towards the people who need and appreci-Organizations Host 12th Annual Back To School Bash And Health Fair On Sunday August 19th, Children With A Vision, Incor porated and Project Show An other Way (S.A.W ) be hosting the 12th annual Back to School Giveaway and Health Fair The event will be held at Ragan Park, 1200 East Lake Avenue, from 12 noon unti16 p. m. Children With A Vision, Inc. founder, Tony a Lewis, said she' s been doing this for 18 years but only 12 under her or ganization. This is a business opportu nity to reach out to the children in our community, and show our gratitude by hosting a free cookout for the community with games and music for a family oriented environment. Back to school supplies will be given away on a first come first served basis, and appro priate security will be on hand to show community support as well as maintaining a safe envi ronment. This is a drug and al cohol free function. Ms. Lewis said although donations are down, t hey will still try to serve as many children as they can. "It s time for everyone t o pitch in, because it's all f o r the kids," said Ms. Lewis. "Supplies of all kind are still needed, and we received dona ti o ns from mothers with three and four children of their own to care for This year s event will beespecially great because local rapper, Lil' Brus, will be per forming, along with members of the Kingdom Worship Center (Pastor Fruster ). Ms. Lewis said their goal i s to supply 4 100 children this year with boo k bags and sup-T ONYALEWIS plies They will also provide ten $500 college book scholar ships "There are two things I need to stress more than any thing else One is for people at tending the event to be respectful of the surrounding community and don t block driveways with your parking. "The other thing is I want to make sure the people who come to get the supplies really need them, and haven't gone to other giveaways. Please don' t take away from those families that sincerely need help." Ms. Lewis said that's why she's stressed that all children must be accompanied by an adult to get the free supplies. To contact Ms. Lewis, you can visit the website, www.childenwithavisioninc.co m, or call ( 8 1 3 ) 2 3 5-56s6. There will be an award cer emony for the business owners from 2 p m. until 3 p. m. "Let's show the community that we as entrepreneurs do ap preciate their support for the children, said Ms. Lewis. Reporter Leon B Crews can be r e a c h e d a t ( 813) 248-0724, o r emailed at lcrews @flsentinel.com. ate the help. For more information C: "All children must be ac companied by an adult to re ceive an y of the free gifts and services. the event providing vital infor mation to families. We will also have people conducting voter registration drives, and the ACLU will be there to provide information about rights restoration," said Ms. Hart. about this event, call 9813) 748-o9s2 or (813) 247-4368. ..... This e vent is for school,:-1 aged children only; not for those college bound or alread y in college or some kind of vo cational program Lunch will be served for everyone in attendance, and there will be professionals at WHY' DOES REFINANCING A HOME HAVE TO BE SO EXPENSIV e: IT DOESN'T INTRODUCING CLOSING COSTS AS LOW AS $299 : Imagine saving hundreds of-dollars every month a p d gettting closing costs for as low ,. ;;. ii,= as $.299, tOO, With Easy Home from Bank, you can It's rate To lear n more about the ideas we have for bor rowing better for evercme, call visit your nearest banking <;enter qr'ge to ---x -. -.1. f:f tt.. :F The curious bank. ., r-0 lJ .,::....._ c )> (/) m z ::1 z m r-aJ c: r-rm ::1 z ., c: aJ r-u; % m c m < m lJ < -1 c: m (/) c )> z c ""' :!! c

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GRITS Presents 2nd Annual Guvs Chicken Wing Cook-Oft ;::, The Girls Raised In The g South (GRITS) will host its 2nd Annual Ultimate Guys Chicken Wing Cook-Off 9 and House Party Scholar ship Fundraiser Saturday, August 18th at the USF College of Education TECO Room, 4202 E. Fowler Ave.,7p. m. Alex Darby, the former WTMP Radio person ality will serve as Master of Ceremony. The purpose of this event is to bring together over 200 patrons who will feast on a variety of chicken wings and garner financial support for The G.R. I.T.S y outh mentor group schol arship fund. life-long friendships. The G.R.I.T .S. youth mentor program provides scholarly common and spiritual support of young Girls Raised In The South members at the 2011 Chicken Wing Cook-Off: Donna Douglas, Katheryn Merritt, Sheila Russ, CaSandra Washington, Patricia Williams and Marilyn Washington. (Photography By BRUNSON) CaSandra Washington, president of the or ganization states that "the success garnered from last year's event is due to the combined efforts of many talented men in the Tampa Bay community whom have embraced our efforts of supporting our youth." The best chicken wings People s Choice Awards" will be chosen by the at tending guests and tst, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be judged by Chefs Danny Green, Randal C. and Greg Daniels. It is 'A Party With A Purpose' and tickets are $2o.oo. (See ad in this issue with contest ants) For more information on The Ultimate Guys Chicken Wing Cook-Off & House Party Scholarship Fundraiser visit the website freewebs.com/gritstampabay and follow on Face book. c a: LL c z < c en w ;:) 1> a: w > w c w ::z::: en :::::i Dl ;:) D.. z t= w ..J ..J ;:) Dl ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL < I co w 0 ru Friday, August 24, 2012 7:30 Nightly NEED YOUR SOUL REVIVED, DON'T MISS THIS MIGHTY MOVE OF GOD!!! IT'S MORE THAN A REVIVAL, IT'S A HOLY GHOST POWER ENCOUNTER!!! MIRACLES, SIGNS & WONDERSIII COME AND BE BLESSEDII! COMING TO YOUR AREAl girls ages 13-16, through encouragement, develop ment, community service and education while proac tively participating in com munity events and creating CORRECTION An article about three students receiving scholarships from the Tampa Housing Authority incorrectly stated that Adam Ant would be in attending. The entertainer will not be in attendance. We apologize for any errors the mistake may have caused. ,._M, ___ )y .... h. TAMPA BAY CHURCH & DEACON BOARD ASSOUATION PRESENTS 2nd Anniversary In 25 Years (of aulllflng thoeeln MtHI) SATURDAY, AUGUST 18; 2012 7 P.M HI.GHLAND M.B. CHURCH ''3410.E. NORTH St TAMPA, FL 33610 Rev. Joseph Skyes Macedonia Mlaslonary Baptist Church Tampa, FL Sis. Nancy Johnson, Deaconesses 4 Ministers' Wives Ministry Leader Alhd Daniel$ Deacons Ministry 'Leader

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Local Tampa Housing CEO To Meet With Belmont Heights Estates Managers BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Tampa Housing Authority CEO, Jerome Ryans, said it is routine for his office to meet with the managers of Belmont Heights Estates every month. However, Ryans said he is setting up a meeting with the managers to address c om plaints about Y o u Tube fights occurring in o r near the com plex. "My offic e h a s re ceived complaints about these inci dents, and I want to address them directly with the man agers. "We've asked the property managers at our public hous ing complexes to be on con stant vigilance for these incidents. People need to know we take these fights seriously and their residency could be affected if the y or their chil dren are involved. Ryans said he s personally witnessed some of thes e filmed fights and he doesn t understand how anyone could jeopardize their shelter over something so sill y "The fights seem to occur more in our larger develop ments. They also occur just be yond the boundaries of our properties, but close enough to JEROME RYANS T.H.A.CEO get the people who live in pub lic housing involved." Ryans said what' s also shocking is the majority of the perpetrators of the fights are females. "We've even received re ports of adult women getting involved, fighting teenage girls over something as silly as a boyfriend or something some one said. "Whatever the reasons are for these fights, we will not tol erate these activities Ryans said also as far as Belmont Heights Estates is concerned, he wants to ad dress the high turnover rate among managers at the com plex. "Although we hear this is Child Eiected From Car In Crash On Tuesday at 5 p m. Tampa Fire Rescue units were called to the scene of an accident on Hillsborough Avenue near 43rd Street. When they arrived, they reported a two vehicle crash with heavy damage. According to reports Tiawanda Lynch, 23 and her four children were in a blue 1997 Buick. Another ve hicle a green 1997 Honda Civic, was driven b y ss-y ear old Lazaro Asteasuainzarra. Police are still working out the details of the acci dent, but they did report that the vehicles crashed into each other, causing one of Lynch's children to be ejected. The ejected child was hos pitalized as a trauma alert, and Lynch and the other three children were reported This is a photo of Tiawanda Lynch and three ofher children. to be in stable condition. Asteausuainzarra was also hospitalized, but no information was released on his condition. Tampa General Hospital did not release any information on the current status of the children or their mother. common with management companies in the private sec tor, it can also be very disrup tive, said Ryans. "You need to have longevity and establish rela tionships with the residents. Whoever the manager is, they need to get familiar with the residents and pass out busi ness cards. It s absolutely crit ical they make themselves available to the residents all the time Ryans said residents need to call his office about any problems they are having with management. en I also think it's vital they get out in the field and knock ondoors. N "I'm going to suggest more building meetings between the N managers and the residents. G') m CD I l>

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20 At-Risk Youth Graduate From LeadershiP camp Former graduates heading off to college are (from left to right) Shaleedah Salaam, Jakkar LaMerria Robinson, 7, stands with Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Haughbrook, and Maria Carlyle. Police Chief Jane Castor. BY LEON B. CREWS 0 Sentinel Staff Writer a: On Friday, August 10th, 20 z at-risk youth in the Sulphur c( Springs area graduated from the Tampa Police Leadership 0 Camp. Mayor Bob Buckhorn ::) and Tampa Police Chief tJane Castor were there to ii: present diplomas to disad W vantaged youth 7 to 16 years old who successfully complet ed a week long leadership camp hosted by TPD s Resources In Community Hope House (R.I.C.H.) in Sulphur Springs. At the camp, police officers and volunteers guided the children through an interac tive curriculum that is geared towards teaching the at-risk youth how to make positive choices and avoid conflict and drugs. The adult role models also took the children on vari ous outings to teach them the importance of giving back to their community. Also at the graduation were three volunteer mentors, who were former leadership camp graduates and will be heading off to college this year. Debbie Boles, who has been director of R.I.C.H House for 10 years, said she's happy to see their long effort result in a generational shift. "I feel like a proud mom of these kids. When I first start ed, I saw a community in despair with no hope and kids aimlessly wandering the streets looking for something to connect to." Boles said she deals with about 100 kids a day, along with their parents, and the interaction with the parents has improved tremendously. "I believe that changing the direction of the children helps them and their parents "After spending 26 years in law enforcement and patrolling the Robles Park area, I got a direct insight into some of the problems families face in that community. I began to see what a difference the right resources would make." Boles said she spends so much time at the shelter, the children and some of the offi cers think she lives there. "Over the 10 years I've been here, I've grown right along with the program. Today, I have a better understanding of the needs of this communi ty." This year's graduates are: I'Kerria Love, Sha'Miya Robinson, La'Merria Robinson, La'Vondra Dennis, Devin Johnson, Elijah Johnson, Eric Dorriety, Dillan Dorriety, J ayqwan Hall, Antwan Banks, Urtorio Brown, Uromeo Brown, Urick Brown, Javier Berroto, Joshua Newman, Carl Pressley, Nikya Bing, Alec Arnold, Kendrick Daniels, Trevon Roberts, and Mikesha Redden. B'ELEGANT BEAUTY SALON & HAT SHOP 3402 N. 34th Street (813) 247-4288 HASALE Designer Hats, Winter Hats And Summer Hats EVERYTHING MUST GO Sale Starts Every Friday & Saturday Until Everything Goes Hat Shop Open 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. A Hair Distributor 1M Bltltllng August22-Sunday, August 26, 2012 7:30 p. m. Nghlly 10 a. m. Saturday Breakfast '\ 11 a. m. SUnday Worship DR, UNDA B. WILUAMS, TAP Minlslrtes, Ocala/SUmmerfield a FrlclayPROPHETESS BARBARA GAINES, Center Of Hope Ounach, Orlando PROPHmSS RUTH MOBLEY, ) High Ministries, Bradenton LEACH, R.ruge Cly Of Light, Land O'Lakes

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FAMU News :!! FAMU Board Confirms Interim President )> c C) DR. JAMES AMMONS .. Resigned as President ofFAMU On Wednesday, the Florida A & M University (FAMU) Board of Directors confirmed Dr. Larry Robinson as the Interim President of the uni versity He began serving as Interim President on July 16th. Dr. Robinson stated that he would not be a candidate for a permanent replacement as President ofthe university Last month, FAMU Presi dent, Dr. James Ammons, submitted his letter of resigna tion. His resignation took ef fect immediately Dr. Robinson, 57, said student retention and gradua tion rates are his first priority. This is the second time in six years that Dr. Robinson has served as Interim President of the University DR. LARRY ROBINSON ... Confirmed Interim President Dr. Robinson had joined the University in 2003. I n May 2010, Dr. Robinson took a leave of absence from the University to serve as As sistant Secretary for Com merce for Conservation and Management at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He supported and managed NOAA's coastal and marine programs. Dr. Robinson also sup ported NOAA's participation in the BP oil spill crisis and President (Barack) Obama's Ocean policy Task Force. Dr. Robinson re turned to FAMU in November 2011. Search For President Now the FAMU Board of Trustees must begin the search for a new president of the uniFlorida Scholars Give Black Historv lecture Several African American scholars discussed the history of Blacks in Florida, from 1513 to the Civil Rights era, August 10th at Tampa's H. 0. P. E. Center. ThelecturewassponsoredbyVIVA Florida soo, the Florida Humanities Council, the John G. Riley House & Museum, the Robert W. Saunders Library Foundation, Inc., Long & Associates Architects and Engineers, Inc. and Bible Truth Ministries. Shown here are, left to right: Florida A&M University's Dr. David Jackson; Florida Memorial University's Dr. Tameka Hobbs; Riley House & Museum Executive Director Althemese Barnes; Tallahassee Community College's Dr. Anthony Dixon and Florida U. S. Colored Troops (USCT) 2nd Infantry Regiment Reenactment, Sgt. Maj. (retired) Jarvis Rosier. Not shown are project scholar and FAMU's Director of the Of fice of Black Diaspora Culture Dr. Will Guzman and Saunders Li brary Foundation President and event chair Fred Hearns. u, .......... ""'"" www.twitter.com/ fl. FLSENTINEL B versity. Trustees Karl White and Spurgeon McWilliams will serve as Co-Chairmen of the Search Committee. Other members of the committee in clude Tommy Mitchell, President of the FAMU National Alumni Association; Elizabeth Webster, a mem ber of the Board of Governors; former FAMU President Frederick Humphries; Dean Colson, and Trustee Bill Jennings. c In addition to FAMU, 19 other historically Black col...a. leges are seeking new leaders. _:-..! The board estimates the search will take approximately """" N a year to find the next president of the university. 'tl c CD c en :I: m c m < m ?J -t c m en c )> z c "TI :II c ...a. ...a. I )>

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JOHNNY, ETHEL MAE (standing), CARRIE LEE, CHARLES And GLADYS JENKINS (Honoree, seated) Happy birthday wishes go out to Mother Gladys Jenkins, who celebra ted her birthday August nth with a musical in her honor with family and friends. Mother Gladys was blessed with songs, gifts and encourag ing words from family and friends. C Mother Jenkins is also the founder of the House Family ff Reunion for the last 21 plus years. c She is the mother of 3 children and one daughter and has 93 Z grands, great grands and great great grands and two on the way. Happy birthday, 81 years young. I 63 WonderfUl Yean > a: w > w %: en :::; m :::: l. z j:: w ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z j:: z w en c GEORGE And MARY LOUISE KING August18 They are members of Allen Temple AME Church. 0 ...J u.. Happv Binhdav Happy birthday to Tampa's #1 DJ. All your family and friends would like to thank you for all the good years you have brought to us and Sunday at your birthday N party, we' re going to run it back like we do every year. ,.... And also at midnight, we bring in your Iii' sister's birthday, w CJ Latasha Campbell. if Leos, get ready? See you Sunda.y Local Elementarv School Open House Planned The Philip Shore Elemen tary Magnet School will host their Open House on Monday, August 20th. The event will take place from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Open House had originally been scheduled for August 16th. However, the school is undergoing renova tions that were not complet ed by that date. The school is expected to be ready for occupancy in time for the Open House and the first day of school on Free School SUPPlies Front Street Barber Shop started on Thursday, giving out free school supplies to old and new customers who come into the business. The unisex shop, located at E. Hillsborough Ave. and 19th St., has been giving out free school supplies for the past 6 years to show appreci ation to the community. The supplies will be distrib uted each day starting at 10 a. m. until they run out. Powerball Ticket wonhS337M Sold In Michigan On Wednesday night, someone who purchased a ticket in Michigan learned they had the winning ticket. The ticket worth $337M was sold in Lapeer, Michigan, which is located about 45 miles from Detroit. The winning numbers were: 6 27, 46, 51, 56 and Powerball 21. Someone added the Power Play in Nebraska to win $2 million. Eight tickets matched five numb ers for $1 million each Two of those winners were in Indiana, two in Kansas, and the others were in Kentucky, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. The next Powerball is worth $40 million. In The Spotlight SAMA Because of your requests to see her again, we are returning Sama to you as our Spotlight fea ture. This young lady enjoys listening to Madonna and other artists, and her hobbies re swimming, dancing, entertaining, and working out at the gym. In the future, Sarna wants to be a successful business woman, and take after her dad in experiencing all cultures worldwide. Her philosophy of life is: "Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that h ate you and pray for them which despitefully use you and persecute you. The man in Sarna's life must be at least 6 feet tall and physically fit. Congratulations to Sarna as this week's Spotlight feature. Sew-ln ............................ .$85 With 'Invisible/IlluSiOnal Twist & Spiral Set ........ .$55 30 Part.. $12!i Kids Re-Twist & Style ..... $45 Cattail Bralds. ....... $15 Each Twist With Mohawk. ...... .$65 Kids Relaxer & Wrap ...... $35 ***Brazilian Keratin Treatments Only $75 Any Lengthll16 & Under*** 6016 N 40th Street Ste C Tampa. Florida 33610 (813) 231-2100

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Florida A&M Universitv g AnnouncesEnhanced Fall Football Experience c a: LL TALLAHASSEE, FL With the fall football season quick ly approaching, Florida A&M University (FAMU) announces an enhanced foot ball experience and halftime entertainment for fans of F AMU football. This 2012 football season takes on a special meaning as the university celebrates 125 years of excellence. The season, which kicks off September 1 in Nashville against Tennessee State University, includes four home games, each with a dif ferent game experience that fans will appreciate and get excited about. "We have a promising team this football season ready and excited to showcase their talent on the gridiron," C shares Derek Horne, fE FAMU athletics director. c "Our guys have been putting Z in extra time with drills over gram takes on a brand new w 0 energy this season unveiling w a new theme Ou r Team, Our Time. Respect the :J Game. In addition to the m new theme, each game this season includes a halftime z entertainment production that includes the voice of FAMU football, Joe 5 Bullard, serving as game m MC and an Old School vs. New School DJ set to keep fans excited and energized throughout the entire game. The halftime segment for each game is tight lipped for now, but fans can expect special performances from major recording artists and a contest to win a meet and greet with the artists. In addition to the game experience, F AMU Athletics is partnering with Visit Tallahassee to create sports travel packages that include hotel stay and a game ticket. The entire marketing program will be focused on dri ving game attendance and overnight stay during home games while creating value and an enhanced game expe rience for fans. Opponents for this year's home games include Hampton University as the opening game on September 15, Savannah State University on October 13, South Carolina State University on October 20, and the homecoming game celebrating FAMU's 125th anniversary on November 10 against North Carolina Central University. For more information regarding the 2012 football season, visit FAMUAthletics &Qill or call (8so) 599-3868. Amar'e Stoudemire launches A Children's Book Sarles AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE NBA star Amar'e Stoudemire is set to release a new book series for middle school-aged children. The books are to be published by Scholastic in a series called STAT: Standing Tall and Talented. Co-written by Stoudemire with the Scholastic team, the New York Knicks captain' s first book of the series, Home Court, is about his life as a 6 '11" middle school student who plays basketball, baseball and football with his friends in Lake Wales, the small Florida city where he grew up. According to a Scholastic spokesperson, the series is likely to be ongoing, although just three books have been commissioned to date. Police Release 911 Call In Chad And Eve Case A neighbor calmly talked to a 911 dispatcher while reality TV star Evelyn Lozada sat bleeding from the head following a domestic incident with her husband, former Miami Dolphin wide receiver Chad Johnson. In the tape released by Davie police Monday night, the neighbor says the Saturday night altercation involves a "hi gh profile per son." He repeatedly urges police not to make a big scene when coming into the South Florida neighborhood. During the call, the neigh bor tells Lozada to wipe the blood from an open wound on her head. Lozada can be heard in the background CHAD JOHNSON vs. EVELYN WZADA saying Johnson headbutted her. The neighbor tells the dispatcher the woman will likely need stitches. Johnson was arrested and bonded out Sunday morning. He was cut from the Dolpins later that day. Former WBA Boxing Champion Michael Dokes Dies At 54 AKRON, OhioMichael Dokes, a former World Boxing Association heavyweight champion, has died. He was 54 The Rhoden Memorial Home in Akron said Dokes died Saturday. The boxer died in an Akron hospice from liver cancer. Known as "Dynamite" Dokes because he packed a powerful punch, the fighter won the WBA title in 1982 by defeating Michael Weaver. He lost the title a year later when he was beat en by Gerrie Coetzee. Dokes had a career record of 53-6-2. A run of legal problems began late in his career. In 1986, Dokes was arrested in Las Vegas for cocaine traf ficking and served two years MICHAEL DOKES probation. In 2000, he was sent enced to 10 years in jail after pleading guilty to attempted murder, seconddegree kidnapping and intent to commit sexual assault against his girlfriend. He was released in 2008 Mama's Recipes Fresh Homemade Delicious GoWetl fiW a.lclrM Teeller Oxhlh S.O...,_ I..U, Wlap Short lias Port! Cltopa ............ s,.. .. *-& a-... ColaN"'"-. s...e c:a.iiM v ............. s..o....ll Conllnacl Soulllent Sw..tlc..t r.a '-It eow.a.r a-PuiWintl & MUCIIMOIE!! mCAlEIIIG 3311 w. c.ess St.."-' 33111111 .......... liel .. 11

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lolo Has Golden Future 11:n Saints' J1na an 1 ma 1; Thursdav Nlaht Will lot Alree To LOLO JONES Though Lolo Jones will be return i ng to the U.S. without any medals wrapped around her neck, her future is surely as bright as gold. The Olympic 100-meter runner has wide range of career possibilities, both on and off of the track. Jones, 30, certainly can continue running over the next few years espec ially in Europe where track and fie l d is popular. But if she wants to try and medal at the next Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, 2016 is most likely her cut off d a te. Though Jones said she got a phone call from Gail Devers, a 100-meter track an d field legend who remind ed her that she earned her last medal at37. Jones will b e 34-years-old in 2016. Jones, who has more than 300,000 Twitter followers and is known for her hilarious tweets, has the athletic resume, t elegenic persona and overall life story needed to help her access a plethora of business opportunities on and off of t h e track. Bucs-Titans Game Blacked Out Tonight's (Friday) game at Raymond James Stadium between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Tennessee Titans has been blacked out. On Tuesday, the Bucs con firmed they had failed to sell out the game, despite their use of the NFL's new 85% threshold. The league changed its blackout policy this year, allowing teams to avoid blackouts and declare sellouts if 85% of non-premium seats are purchased 72 hours before kickoff. The Bucs did not reach that threshold. The game is scheduled for live telecast at 7:30, and will be aired on a delay basis on WTSP at 11:35 p. m. Friday, and noon Sunday. The game will also be aired on the NFL Network 10 a. m. Sunday. Football' A Senlement CEELOGREEN New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilina has reportedly refused a settlement offer that could reduce his one-year suspension for allegedly participating in a bounty program, seeking a complete reversal instead. Vilma insists he is innocent and is attempting to have the suspension removed. Saints fans are anxiously awaiting a decision from U.S. District Judge Ginger Berrigan and are hoping to JONATHAN see Vilma on VILMA the football field in 2012 NASHVILLE, Tenn. Cee Lo Green' s about to shake up the NFL. Green is taking over the NFL Network's "Thursday Night Football" intra, and in typical fashion for the flamboyant rapper-singer he's putting his own spin on things. 300-Pound kid, 12, Ruled Too Big To Plav Pee Wee Football ., r-0 Rather than the traditional artist-centered pre-taped opener, the NFL and Green are inviting fans to submit videos of themselves singing along to the chorus of a song based on The Ramones' "Blitzkrieg Bop ." "I think this brings a splash of color to a, you know, bland and black-and-white backdrop," Green said. They say that everything is bigger in Texas. Apparently that includes youth football players. Mesquite resident, Elijah Earnheart, 12, is being kept on the sidelines of all Pee Wee football activities because he' s simply too big. Despite being a young seventh-grader, Earnheart is already 6-feet tall and weighs in around 300 pounds : a total which is more than twice the maximum allowable Pee Wee weight of 135pounds. Earnheart had been prac:a tieing with the Mesquite c Vikings, a Pee Wee team in )> the Mesquite Pee Wee league, until a preseason weigh-in z deemed him ineligible. :::::! His coach with the Vikings, Marc Wright, is reportedly r protesting the decision to ban m the middle schooler, though early indications from r Mesquite Pee Wee Football !!I Association officials are that z there won't be any leniency ., granted for Earnheart's C weight. c;; % m c m < m -1 c: m en c ?< l> z c OPEN ON MONDAY FROM 10 AM PM FOR BACK TO LAce fRONTS $199.00 To $219.00 ToP LAcE (SuNG BAcKs) $279.00 To $299.00 FuLL LAcE $425.00 To $475.00 l1L GIRLS STYLES $25.00 To $40.00 AGES 3-13 Micro's, Box Corn Rolls, Body Plaits, Etc. SEW IN SPECIALS $325.00 To $425.00 Sew In, Style And Includes Hair. "TOP QUALITY HAIR" 12/14/161NCHES $180.00 14/16/181NCHES $200.00 16/18/20 INCHES $240.00 18/20/221NCHES $290.00 20/22/241NCHES $320. 00 22/24126 INCHES $360.00 24126128 INCHeS $400.00 26/28130 INCHeS $420.00 28/301321NCHES $475.00 30/32J341NCHES $510.00 32/34136 INCHES

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, Entertatment ,... Steve Hanev Won't Allow g 'Bunoonerv' On 1hink c( like A Man' Sequel c a: I.L SJ'EVE HARVEY Steve Harvey may be excited about there being a sequel to the film adaptation of his successful book, Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, but he s not going to I.L sign off on just any old C script. :i The comedian, author, and now daytime talk show c en w ::;) t-i:i: w > w c w %: en ::::i m ::;) D. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ..J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J I.L c( I CD .,... host says he s already vetoed two scripts for the Think Like A Man sequel because it included "buffoonery. "They pitched a couple of storylines to me. I'm not sold on any one of them yet. I'd love to duplicate the suc cess of the first one. That s going to be hard but we' re going to get there. "You can t take my book and turn it into anything close to buffoonery. I'm not ever going to allow that. The book wasn't about buffoon ery. The first movie wasn'tand it really struck a nerve with men and women-and so the second movie has to be in that same vein. Harvey will be back as an executive producer on Think Like a Man 2, with Rob Hardy and Rushion McDonald; St. Pete native, Will Packer is also return ing, in a producer capacity. BobbvBrown HaadsBacl To Rehab BOBBY BROWN Troubled singer Bobby Brown is undergoing rehab treatment once again. The 43-year-old singer, who was arrested for DUI on March 26, 2012, after being pulled over for allegedly using a cell phone while dri ving, is op.ce again undergo ing treatment for his addic tion issues. Brown's wife, Alicia Etheredge confirmed that her husband of two months is undergoing rehab and when asked how he is responding to treatment, she revealed: "He's doing great." 11---fll.. FIEIIY fll. SITII- FillS 1m UIE liTE: SPillS, F11111ll.IISIDIIl1, IISEIIU. ETC. Russell Simmons: RomnevRvan Ticket Willoestrov our People And Laugh 111 The wav To The Bank' Russell Simmons is not being shy about his opposi tion to the Romney-Ryan 2012 ticket. In a blistering post on his Global Grind blog, the hip-hop mogul eviscerated the Republican duo and said they "will destroy our people and laugh all the way to the bank. Simmons has unabashedly supported pro gressive causes and politi cians for years. In picking Ryan, Simmons wrote in a blog post on the Global Grind, Romney made his campaign message clear: RUSSELL SIMMONS "EVERYTHING'S FOR SALE! And all of the money that is made on everything that is sold will be made on the backs of the poor and the working class.

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Entertainment Janet Jackson And Her Billionaire Bovtriend JANET JACKSON AndALMANA Janet Jackson was spotted relaxing on a yacht with her boo Janet Jackson was photographed in Porto Cervo, Italy while enjoying a lengthy yachting vacation with AI Mana. While temperatures in the Italian Riveria are currently soaring, Jackson remained tightly under wraps in a ground-skimming, baggy tunic. Her billionaire boyfriend, by contrast, wore a sleeveless top and even stripped down to board shorts to shower on the cruiser's deck. Jackson's style of dress on this vaca tion is a striking contrast to the body-bearing looks the pop superstar typically rocks. laurvn Hill's Released Jail Photo LAURYNHILL After pleading guilty to failing to file tax returns from 2005-2007 in late June, Lauryn Hill is facing up to three years in prison. The eight-time Grammy Award winner owes more than $1.5 million in 3 years of back taxes. Hill is currently free on $150,000 bail, and her jail photo has just been released. She awaits sentencing, which is set for November 27. Former lead singer of the Fugees, Lauryn Hill released a solo album in 1998 (Miseducation of Lauryn Hill) before dropping out of the public view for the "safety and health" of her family. The 37-year-old is a mother of six and recently split from Rohan Marley, who fathered her first five chil dren. Stevie J And Joseline Seen At The Club STEVIE J And JOSELINE If you were worried about the state of Stevie J and Joseline's relationship after she kicked his butt on "Love And Hip-Hop Atlanta," we can assure you that there is no need to fret. The couple was spotted making an appearance at Mansion Elan nightclub in Atlanta last weekend. Rec. Center 1601 E. MLK Blvd. Plant City Hors d'oeuvres wtl be served $10 Advance $15 At The Door Contact claa member or call Roaa (813)752-5760 Frank Ocean Cancels European Tour Dates Singer Frank Ocean has reportedly cancelled his remaining European tour dates due to vocal issues. Frank Ocean also won t be the opening act for British band Coldplay as well. From his Tumblr account, the Nostalgia, tntra crooner left a message detailing his reasons FRANK OCEAN for bowing out. The news came after Frank dropped what might :5 be the best R&B album of c: 2012 in Channel Orange He en also generated buzz for -1 ... admitting his first love was a man before his summer debut N on July 4th. g Let's wish Frank a speedy N recovery and we hope to hear from him soon. "TT r 0 ::u c )> en m z ::! z m r I:D c: r r m ::! z "TT ::u c

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N ...... 0 ...called the Bathtub. Despite t; limited means, the father pre::J pared Hush puppy to survive a CJ hurricane, the swainp, and life without him. Hushpuppy (Quvenzhane Wallis) should ic:( The Bourne Legacy world) plays a good villain and be nominated for an C Jeremy Renner replaced Matt her role saves this movie. Ac-Oscar/best actress Enjoyed a: Damon as the new spy to be tion-packed. Made $44M. sitting in the balcony at the LL chased by the government. (Budget $125M).*** historic Tampa Theater. A Not as intense as the other Dairy Of A Whimpy Must-See! Made $7M. (BudBourne movies, but still good Kid: Dog Days Wimpy kid get N 1 A). **** action. No. 1 at box office. (Greg) grows up and now he The Watch -Just like Made $38M. (Budget $125M). wants to date girls Kids will Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller ***112 love this movie. Made $30M. misfires on this horror/com-Total Recall (2012) (Budget $22M). *** edy film about aliens living in Douglas (Colin Farrell) real -Beasts Of The Southern their communicy and Stiller izes his whole life is a lie and Wild -A 6-year-old girl setting up a neighborhood the bad guys want to destroy named Hushpuppy and her watch team to weed them out. him. Kate Beckinsale (Underfather live in the southern Wait for video. Made $31M. L...-------------------------, (Budget $68M). ** AF By (813) 9n-7&18 Monday-Saturday 8A.M.-7P.M. Sunday By Appt. ONLY Call Toddy For Our BackTo-School Specials r.1Jcros. SenegJhse Kmky TWI'it Cornrows Interlocks SewIns All Types ol Bra1ds Dark Knight Rises-Di rector Christopher Nolan does it again with his last and final Batman. Can't quite out-do the Joker, but Bane (Tom Hardy) came close to bringing mayhem to Gotham Cicy and Batman (Christian Bale) Another classic by Nolan. Must see! Made $389M (Budget $250M). **** Ice Age: Continental Drift This needs to be the final movie for the Ice Age franchise. Wait for the video. Made $143M. (Budget N/A). ** Marvel's The Avengers Samuel Jackson (Nick Fury), Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Captain America), Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) vio lently come together to save the world from Thor's brother Loki and his underworld sol diers. Action-packed! 2 hrs./30 mins. Made $617M in U.S. (Budget $22oM). **** Madea's Witness Protection Tyler Perry is back as Madea and she has to pro tect a family from the mafia. Could have been funnier, but it's still worth seeing. Made $64M. (Budget $2oM). *** Spider Man The first Spider Man was a classic and this remake of the first Spidey is also a classic. Andrew Garfield (Social Network) comes through as the new Spi der Man. Check it out on 3D Dbox. Made $255M. (Budget $230M). **** Ted Mark Wahlberg scores again with this funny comedy about a teddy bear named Ted coming to life to be his friend. Worth-seeing for laughs. Made $209M. (Budget $50M). **** Magic Mike -Tampan Channing Tatus is on a roll at the box office. Tatum plays Magic Mike, the life and times of a male stripper. The ladies will love this movie. Made $112M. (Budget $7M). **** Moonrise Kingdom This comedy I drama is about two teenagers (Jared Gillman and Kara Hayward) falling in love and who decided to run away from a home. Co-stars Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Edward Norton. This well written movie seems weird at first, but turns into a classic. Kids and adults will enjoy this movie. Might win an Academy Award for best movie. (1 hr./35 min.) Made $42M. (Budget $16M). **** BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFuL Stephanie explains to Hope why she and Liam should not be married; on the eve of his second wedding to Hope, Liam drinks and dances at a nightclub with Steffy; Brooke and Ridge prepare for Hope and Liam's wedding. Liam awakens and immedi ately regrets his crazy evening with Steffy, while Steffy is pleased with herself and has no regrets; guests begin to ar rive for Hope and Liam's wed ding, but there is no sign of the groom. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Kate is stunned by Ian's reve lation; Melanie is reunited with herfather; Nicole realizes she wants Daniel in her life; an intoxicated Ian keeps drinking and threatens Kate. Melanie and Gabi are shocked when they see who is brought to the hospital; Daniel starts to let Nicole down easy; Mag gie reunites with her grand daughter; Kate doesn t confide in her son. GENERAL HOSPITAL Lives may be in danger in Port Charles. Trey may finally open up to Kristina; Jason becomes suspicious of Ewen; a plan is revealed YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Nick and Victo ria plot to overthrow Sharon while Phyllis pressures Daniel to end things with Heather. Phyllis plays a dangerous game with Tim s affections, while Sharon's announcement rattles Nick and Victoria. Horoscopes Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Associates help out in unusual ways, and the conclusion is delightful. You' re best in a se cure setting Abundance is yours. Store away provisions for the future. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -You have better com munication skills than you give yourself credit for. Use them to pull yourself out of a funk. Friends help you make the connection. When in doubt, add love Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Your creative problem-solv ing abilicy is valuable to oth ers, and appreciated by your communicy. Engage in the next step. Gain the advantage by listening. Accept a chal lenge. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -A brilliant idea is avail able; don't let it fly away. Do a thorough job of it, and enjoy the rewards. Your popularicy increases. Save some for to morrow. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Explore farther than last time. All sorts of beautiful problems wait for you to solve them. Stop and smell the roses. Friends are behind you 100 percent. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)Dress for success. Take the philosophical high road, and set an example. Discover a secret source of energy. Adapt to new circumstances. There's a surprising develop ment. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)Your are inspir ing, and your charisma is ap preciated by your co-workers. Discuss far-ranging plans. Cash flow coming. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You're very attractive A partner brings a pleasant surprise. Bring a dream into realicy, if not for you, at least for someone else. Take care of your health. Aries (March 21-April 19)-If anybody can solve the puzzle, it s you. 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MR.. MELVIN JEROME NORTON, SR.. Homegoing services for Mr. Melvin Jerome (a.k.a., Uncle Son) Norton, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Friday, Au gust 10, 2012, will be held on Saturday,Augustt8,2012,at11 a.m. at Greater New Friendship M. B. Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Pastor Madison Murray, officiating.lntennent will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Henry Sylvester and Edith Benjaman Norton; 3 brothers, Clarence, Sylvester "Bat" and Conrad Norton; 3 sisters, Olga, Claretha and Portia Norton; 4 grandchildren, Anesha Nicole and Carlos Reneto Cummings, Carla and Carlette Norton; 3 nephews, Conrad, Emmanuel Norton and Nonnan Maddox; and niece, Cynthia Maddox Jones. Melvin was born August 3, 1934, in Tampa. He graduated from Middleton High School and married his soul mate of 59 years on November 18, 1953 Upon their union 5 chil dren were born. He worked various jobs to support his family, but found his passion in culinary arts. He worked at W. T. Edwards and the Women' s Hospital in Tampa. Upon completing his certification in food service in 1975 from the University of Florida, he worked at the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in food service as the senior production chef. He worked 15 out standing years of service. He retired in the sUDimer of 1996 and returned back to work a year later with the Hillsborough County Sheriff Office as a correctional officer. He later retired after 6 years of service. Melvin leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted wife, Vi vian Guzman Norton; 5 chil dren, Melvin Jerome Norton, Jr., Vivian "Toni" Smith, An drea Norton CUDimings (Dar ryl), Henry Norton (Traci), and Carl Norton; special grandson, Jaquez Norton; grandchildren, Tumeka Norton, Nakaya Nor ton, Andre Norton (Cammi), Darryl Cummings, Jr., Loretta White (Chris), Evita Mitchell (Tanis), Teresa Bates (Don ald), Shaquita Norton, Camille Norton, Vivian Norton, Kalv ina Cummings, Carl Norton, Jr., Kevrick, Henry Norton, Akaya and Curtis Norton, Atiya Norton, Katrin (Toni), Marlon and Kenneth; great grandchildren, Andre, Jr., Kemo, Jeronte, Delvin, A. J., Howard, D'Andre, Andrea, Jermiah, Tarus, Jr., Heaven, Kharisma, Rekaye, Desean, Delais, Delon, Kimora, Curtis, Jr., and JaNayaha; great-great grandchild, Tonya; 2 sisters, Doris Bryant and Lavern Collins; 6 nieces, Jackie Mickens (Sam), Natalie Sieger, Debra Norton, Doria Moore, Linda Collins and Jenie Norton; 4 nephews, Clarence Stephens, Ricky Collins, Reginald Norton and Pamela Lyles, Karen Reeves, Frances Norton; great nieces, J Tammy Sumes, Lynne MadC) dox, Brenda JoneGs ,. C: Norton, Kristen nuen ICU) tor) and Prudence Dortch -t (Randy); great nephews, Dar1'. rell Jones (Sharon), Kenneth Jones (Roberta), Bernard Sumes, Antwan, and Eric Atkins (Paula); 6 sisters-in-law, Rena Guzman, Shirley Black (Frank), Carolyn Sesler (Uoyd), Margaret Woodie, Marjorie McGee (Alfred) and Beatrice Guzman; 2 brothers-in-law, Costello Guzman (Har-riet) and Herbert Guzman (Betty); cousins, Uoyd Sesler, Jr., Norvick Sesler, Bubba Put man, Beverly Lett Todd and Yvonne Anderson; other fam ily members, neighbors and friends including, the Jenkins, Smith, Issac, Woodalls', Stephens, Buie and Lawerence families, Richard Woodbury, Minnie Williams, Eric Howard, Gail Vann, Erica Oliver, Derrick Woodie, Ben nie W. Baker, Uoyd Brain Pittman and Ruthie Mae; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fri day, August 17, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. Family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME GAIL HESTER MARS HELL You left us nine years ago. We still miss you. The Hester family and friends. ESSIE A. JACKSON Mother, it has been one year, but it seems like just yesterday that God looked around His garden and found an empty place. He then looked down to earth and saw a beautiful rose (you). He put His arms around you and lifted you to rest. We love you. Your fami lies: Jodie Hines, Jackson, Williams and Escalante fami lies. ELDER EARLENE BELL SERMONS Homegoing celebration for Elder Earlene Bell Sermons, who God called home on Satur day, August 11, 2012, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Peace Pro gressive M. B. Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, Rev. Albert Gall mon, Jr., officiating, with Pas tor Alfonzo Broughton of Genesis Worship Center of Tampa Bay, Inc., eulogist. Elder Earlene Bell Sennons was born in Cordele, Georgia, onJuly17, 1950, to the late L.J. Crumbley and Pecolia Felton. Elder Sennons accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age. She was a founding board member of Genesis Worship Center of Tampa Bay, Inc. where she has served as Executive Advisor, Chief Intercessor, and Ministry Counselor and recently pro moted to Assistant Pastor. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Lynnie (DOug) W. Sennons; father, L. J. Crumbley; mother, Pecolia Felton; brother, John L. Jack son; and sister, Lavern Jack son. She leaves a loving fanilly to cherish her fond memories: Narita Green (Dea. Wade), Pastor Alfon.Zo Broughton (Min. Joai), Bernadette Broughton (Siglenda), Shawanda Brown (Rev. Alvin), and Selina Spigner; grandchildren: Tiffany, Karl, Jr., Fan chon, Samuel, Jr. (Kiara), Jacorey, DeWayne, Calia, Kayla, Zenobia (Antonio), La Toya, Marcel, Charles, .III, Dontavius, QuontaVIus, Keiaundra, Keith, Jr., and Wanya; nephews and nieces, Elmer Jackson and friend, Julia, Michelle Jones (Brian), Kelvin Roberts (Rieko), Lisa Jackson, LaKeisha Rodriguez (Adrian), Francina McAfee (Ceaph), DeWann Hopkins (Laveina), Honore Hopkins and friend, Virgilena, Frank Jones, Lisa James, Ralph James, Ronnette Brooks (W"II), Robert Singleton and Marlisa Singleton; brother, Dea. Lawrence Jackson (Sharon); sister, Allene Roberts of Tampa; 2 aunts, Fannie Miller of Winter Haven, FL, and Flo rence Green of Melbourne, FL; 3 brothers-in-law, Theodore Sennons (Mary), El Paso, TX, Joe Sermons of Baltimore, MD, and Joe Negron, Avon Park, FL; godmother, Eva Baker; goddaughter, Carla Leonard; godsister, Joyce Dawkins (Elder Billy); special friends, Mother Catherine Chester, Intercessor Phyllis Wright, Minister Sylvia Leonard (Reverend W. F. Leonard), Hazel Johnson, Pearlee Fields, Minister Doris Smith, Rebecca Simmons and Eva Simon; and a host of cousins, family and friends. The viewing will be held at Peace Progressive M. B. Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. GEORGE 0. SHUMAN, JR. Homegoing memorial serv ice for Mr. George 0. Shuman, Jr of Tampa, who passed away, Saturday, August 11, 2012, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Christian Praise and Worship Center, 2605 N. 15th Street, Pastor Leon Gallon, officiating. George was born January 28, 1932, in Tampa, and at tended Christian Praise Wor-ship Center. George served in the U.S. Anny 83RD Air Bourne 111 Re gent. He attended school in Hillsborough County and grad uated from Don Thompson in Oakwood, L.A. He was preceded in death by: mother, Mildred Henderson; father, George Shuman, Sr.; grandmother, Bertie Hen derson; uncle, Bennie Shu man; aunts, Julia Wells and Emma Lee Shuman; cousin, Beverly Nelson Bellamy; and brother-in-law, Albert Edwards. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: wife, Jacqueline Shuman; daughter, Crystal Shuman of New York City; sisters, Myrna P. Shuman and Satura Shuman (Derek); aunts, Thelma Shu man, Eula Strange and Joy Watts; nieces, Tweety, Shar von, Tiffany and Keyanna Reynolds, Domonique Ed wards and Lyric Young, Monique, Renee and Simone Watts; nephews, Bennie McGee, Zaire and Nyheme Watts; cousins, Harry Shu man, Delores Hunter, Rhonda Hunter, Darrell Hunter, Kevin Bellamy, Charles Bellamy, Lisa Bellamy, Ann Addley (Patrick), Kathy Martinier, Cathy Pringley, Murveen Pringley, Valerie Sellers (Jim), Janet Albright, Leo Strange and Bruce Strange (Martina); mother-in-law, Mil dred Edwards; father-in-law, Fred Watts; brothers-in-law, Nathaniel Watts (Chinovia), JackWatts,JohnnyWatts(Angela); sisters-in-law, Rita, Pamela Edwards and Shelly Watts; special friends, Dewey Butler, Perry King, Butch Darby, the late ChinkGallon; and a host of other relatives and friends. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the memorial service at 1:45 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself'' (813) 248-1921 MR. BARRINGTON B. WHYfE Memorial services for Mr. Barrington B. Whyte ofTampa, who passed away on Tuesday, August 7, 2012, will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Stephen Nunn, officiating. Mr. Whyte was born March 19, 1939, in St. Elizabeth, Ja maica. He was preceded in death by: his parents, James Whyte and Lara Dunnkley; and brothers, Lewis Whyte and Varell Whyte. He leaves to cherish his memories with: his children; Patrick Whyte, Lilleth Whyte, Anthony Whyte (Lorraina), Tammy Whyte Fowler (Mau-rice), Barrington Whyte (Rhonda), and Caprice "11 r-0 :u (Ernest); spouse, Martha Whyte; brother, John; sister, Pat; grandchildren, Jr., Abigail, Sharnesha, Ri cardo, Patricka, Alex, Wyon, Asheena, Rae, Arnna, Rashide, Sheryanae, Tonicka, Dorian, Jason, Derrick, Anthony, Jr., Mikhaila, Cory and Selexis; great grandchildren, Elizabeth Isaiah, Zh.a'ne and Mia; brotherS, Lewis, Claude, Var nell and Noel; brothers-in-law, -g James (Linda), Otis (Bettye) C: and Charles (Clara); sister, Winsom; sisters-in-law, Mary c;; (Ed), and Catherine (Benny); nieces, Janice Whyte, Caren m Whyte, Jackie Whyte and C Michelle Sled; nephew, Willie Reed; best friend, Winston; close friend, Mingo; and a host U) m z ::::! z m r-aJ c: r r-!!1 z of other relatives and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUB LIC VIEWING. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME DON ALBERT WOODS November 7, 1940August 18, 1970 You are gone, but will never be forgotten. Your fanilly. Fa Own d nd 0 rated .. ,"'\' 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, FL3361 0 (813) 232-8725 (813) 231-0521

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c a: I.L c z < c U) w ::::: 1w > w c w :::t: U) :J ED ::::: D. z t= w ..J ..J ::::: ED ..J w z t= z w U) a: 0 ..J I.L MR. BOBBY FULLWOOD Homegoing celebration for Mr. Bobby Fullwood ofTampa, will be held Friday, August 17, 2012, at 10 a. m. at Rose Hill Cemetery, 44o6 E .. Chelsea Ave., Tampa, Elder Ernest Rowe, officiating. GUDF.S FUNERAL HOME "A Temple Of Service" www.pdes-funeralhome.net ALI AKBAR August 15, 1952 -June 25, 2006 On your 6oth birthday, I miss you today and every day. Sally Redding (sister). THANKS GLORIAJ. TAYLOR The family of Gloria J Taylor, acknowledges with grateful appreciation, all acts of kindness: prayers, cards, flowers, food, visits, calls and all other sympathetic gestures during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Aikens Funeral Home, Elder Theodis Lane and The Greater New Salem Church Family. Also, special thanks to Dr. Thelma Daniels. MR. JORDAN BENJAMIN LYMOUS Homegoing services for Mr. Jordan Lymous of 1712 St. Joseph Street, Tampa, who passed away at his home on August 9, 2012, will be held Saturday morning, August 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. from the Life In Christ Community Church, 2103 E. Osborne Avenue, with Pastor Arthur Randall, officiating. Jordan Benjamin Lymous, Jr. was born on March 19, 1997, in Okinawa, Japan, to Raymond, Jr. and Sonya Lymous. Jordan was a freshman at Thomas Jefferson High School. He was a budding filmmaker and was the co-founder and CEO of Nukethenite Production. His beautiful smile and quirky sense of humor will eternally be missed by his family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memory: parents, Raymond H., Jr. and Sonya (Douglas) Lymous; brothers, Christopher E. Douglas, Raymond H. Lymous, m, and Joshua Lymous; sister, Taylor J. Lymous; grandparents, Maeola Douglas, and Raymond H., Sr. and Pearl Lymous, of Cincinnati, OH; great grandparents, Maeola Douglas and Vereice Lymous, New Orleans; aunts, Trenicha (Lorenzo) Hart, Kechia (Nick) Gallardo, Stockton, CA, and Gezelle (Vmcent) Munlin, Cincinnati, OH; uncles, Tyrone Lymous, Phoenix, AR, and Henry-Daryl Thomas; nephew, Christopher Douglas, Jr.; niece, Ju'Niyah Douglas; cousins, Cherish and Vora Smith, Cincinnati, OH, Anthony Wright, Lorenzo Hart, V, and Alexis Thomas; and a host of sorrowing and beloved aunts, uncles, cousins and friends, especially his best friend, Tyrik Coleman. The visitation for Jordan Lymous will be held on Friday, August 17, 2012, from 5-7 p. m. at the Life In Christ Community Church, 2103 E. Osborne Avenue. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 10:30a.m. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Shriner's. Hospital For Children. Services rende.red by Ronald J. Derr, Sr., L.F.D. "EVERETTDERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" MRS. EDMONIA GLADYNEAVENf Mrs. Edmonia Gladyne Avent of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church, 2708 North Central Avenue, with Rev. Ernestine Flemister, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Avent was a native of Pittsburgh, PA, and a resident of Tampa for 5-1/2 years. She attended West Virginia State College where she received her B. A. Degree and was a member of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Omega Wives. She retired as a consultant for the State of Pennsylvania. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Joseph D. Avent, III (Yvonne) of Minneapolis, MN, Yolonda Sultan (Mohamed) of Tampa, and Sharon Guevara of Olney, MD; grandchildren, Jason Avent, Tiffani Hazel, Jasmine Avent, Courtni and Brittni Guevara; great grandchildren, Breanna, Hazel, Darrell Marchman, Jahaad Malphus, Nicole and Michael Foster; great-great grandchildren, Ky'Mari Carter and Ava Foster; siblings, Ann Sweeting, Irene Woods and Merritt Creasy; and a host of other family imd friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, August 17, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MOTHER JOHNNIE B. JACKSON-SWEET 1914 2002 We know you are in heaven, but you are still in our hearts. We love you and truly miss your spiritual inspiration and guidance. Devoted daughters: Elizabeth J. Joe, Virmell J. Stan ley, Evelyn J. Cobbs, Ernestine J. Jones, Beatrice J. Beal, Bobbie J. Johnson and Rose J. Galbreath; and sons, Arthur Jackson, Jr., Willie Jackson, James Jackson and Samuel F. Jackson. MR. ANDREW Z.BELIN Mr. Andrew Z. Belin of Brandon, FL, passed away Sunday, August 12, 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 10 a. m. at Shiloh Restoration Tabernacle, 1044 East Brandon Boulevard, with Apostle Elect O'Neil Salmon, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Belin was a native of North Carolina, and a resident of Tampa for 8 years. He was retired. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Hessie Lena; children, Andrew B. Belin, Hattie, Barbara, Annie, Louis and Mary; grandchildren, Elliott, Sean, Beverly, Corey, Charles, Jerome, Debo rah, Sonya, Deneen, Vicki, Lisa, Renee Michelle, Anthony, Ramsey and Jacqueline; nephew, Brian; daughters-inlaw, Sharon and Doris; son-inlaw, Phil; and other relatives and friends. The remains wiD repose after 5 p.m., Friday, August 17, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywiUiamsfuneralhome.com DEACON SYLVESfERBELLAMY Deacon Sylvester Bellamy of Tampa began his rest on the morning of August 14, 2012. Funeral services will be conductedFriday,August17, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 North 40th Street, with Rev. Ricardo Robinson, Senior Pastor, officiating. Interment will take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Deacon Sylvester BeUamy was born September 9, 1925 in MonticeUo, FL, to the late Hannah and Theodore BeUamy. He graduated from high school in Jefferson County and later moved to Tampa. He joined St. Luke Methodist Church and later joined Northside Missionary Baptist Church. He was a dutiful member for over thirty years, serving as a deacon and as a member of the Male Chorus. He was affectionately known as Deacon Bellamy or "Skeet." He was also known as the "Candy Man" because he loved sweets. He was joined in holy matrimony to Carrie Ethel Sim mons, who preceded him in death in June 2007. He was also preceded in death by: his sister, Pauline Blake; and three brothers, Herman BeUamy, Theodore Bellamy and Willie Bellamy. After forty years working in the labor force, he retired to spend more time visiting family and friends, fishing and enjoying life. He leaves to cherish his memory: a daughter, Jackie Mentor; a granddaughter, KeAndrea Titer; a sister-in-law, Pearl Simmons; and a host of many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, friends, and the Northside Missionary Baptist Church family. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Thursday, August 16, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com IN MEMORIAM 1933 CHARLES JOE 2010 It has been two years since you departed this earthly home for your eternal home. Your love and spirit still remains in my heart. Lovingly missed by: your devoted widow, Elizabeth J. Joe; son, Johnny Joe; goddaughter (daughter), Desirae L. Jackson; godson, Jay Galbreath, III; and devoted sisters-in-law.

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MASTER NASIR LABRONX BENNETT Master Nasir LaBronx Ben nett of 3812 East 32nd Avenue, passed away Monday, August 13,2012. Graveside services will be conducted Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park, 4615 East Hanna Avenue, with Elder George Elpheage, offici ating. Interment will follow immediately. A resident of Tampa for only 8 days, Master Nasir LaBronx Bennett leaves to cherish his memory: his loving parents, Sheantea Wright and Willie Bennett, Jr.; grandpar ents, Sovonnia Carswell, Eddie Wright and Willie Bennett, Sr. of Tampa; a very special sister, Keonta Davis and 3 other sib lings of Tampa; 3 great grand mothers, 3 great grandfathers and 1 great-great grand mother; very special aunt, Shanique Warren; very special uncle, Cordaous Fennell; and a host of great aunts and uncles, cousins and sorrowing friends. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 North Howard Avenue. www.raywilliantS funeralhome.com MEMORY IF MARY CROSS Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free; I'm following the path God laid for me. I took His hand when I heard Him call; I turned my back and left it all. I could not stay another day, to laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks left undone must stay that way; I found that place at the close of day. If my parting has left a void, then fill it with remem bered joy. A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss; ah yes, these things, I too, will miss. Be not burdened with times of sorrow; I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow. My life's been full, I savored much; good friends, good times, a loved one's touch. Perhaps my time seemed all too brief; don't lengthen it now with undue grief. Lift up your heart and share with me; God wanted me now, He set me free. Love, Patricia, mom, dad, daughter, sisters and broth ers. MR. ARTHUR LEE WHITE Mr. Arthur Lee White of 1114 North Boulevard, #118, passed away Sunday, August 12,2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 East 25th Av enue, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, with Pastor Ruby Baker officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park. Born to the late Joseph C. White and Ruby White, Mr. Arthur Lee White was a native of Florida. He attended Leto Sr. High and was a member of The Church Of The Living God Gateway To Heaven. He was employed as a home insula tions tech for many years. He leaves to cherish his memory: his lovely mother, Ruby White; two daughters, Quaneshila White-Elliott and her devoted friend, Johnnie, and Tadra Barner of Atlanta, GA; three lovely grandchil dren, Arthur Miller, Lavardice Alexander and James Elliott, II; great grandchild, Arthur Miller, Jr.; four brothers, Johnnie White of Sarasota, FL, Joseph White (Altamease), Reely "Rudy" White and Jerry White (Denise); sister, Shirley Jacobs (J. C.) of Sarasota, FL; son-in-law, James Elliott; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, August 17, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliams funeralhome.com THANK YOU NAMONWOODROW MILLS, JR. To our family and friends who have been so very kind to us during the illness and passing of our beloved, we wish to express our sincere thanks. Your love, prayers, visits, calls and every act of kindness have been so comforting and have given us strength. Special thanks to: Pastor Alec Hall and the New Saint MattheWM. B. Church family. May God bless you. The Mills and Brown fam ily. Wilson MR. JOSEPH WRIGHT Homegoing services for Mr. Joseph Wright of Tampa, who passed away Tuesday, August 8, 2012, at Melech Hospice House, Temple Terrace, FL, will be held Saturday, August 18, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605, with the Reverend Dr. Thomas Scott, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Me morial Park Cemetery with military honors. Mr. Wright was born May 12, 1939, in Thomasville, Geor gia, to the parentage of LeAnn Cummings and Osborne Wright. He served honorably in the United States Army and fought in the Vietnam War. Mr. Wright enjoyed watch ing baseball and football. He also loved to fish and watch old westerns. Mr. Wright played on the Night Hawks Baseball Team in Tampa and was a member of the Minor Negro Baseball League. He was preceded in death by: his parents, LeAnn Cum mings and Osborne Wright; and his wife of twenty years, Ann Wright. He leaves to cherish memo ries of him: his wife of eleven years, Leevonia Green Wright; son, Benjamin G. Echols (Vic toria); daughter, Juliet Griffin (Ronnie); four grandchildren, Shena Cantey (Jabber), Bryce Griffin, Brock Griffin (Gina) and Victoria Griffin; seven great grandchildren; sister, Joann Gantt; many nieces, nephews and cousins; broth ers and sisters-in-law; and close friends, teammates, and fishing buddies. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m., Friday, August 17, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assem ble at the funeral home at ap proximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE www.wilson funeralhome.com liN MEMORIAM I JOSEPH AYDELOTTE, SR. 6/23/298/2/00 MR. MICHAEL ALLEN ANDRE' HAMPTON 11/25/1988 8/9/2012 Ms. Anita Davis, formerly of Tampa, sadly reports the tragic death of her youngest son, Mr. Michael Hampton, who was taken down in his prime on Thursday, August 9, 2012, in Decatur, GA. Michael's funeral is Satur day, August 18, 2012, at 11 a.m. Arrangements are being handled by Gregory B. Levett & Sons Funeral Home. FANNIE HOLLOWAY 7/4/1997-8/4/2009 Loving and missing you re mains in our hearts. Your family and friends. "11 r-0 JJ en m z ::1 Family members are strug gling with this horrendous loss and ask that all cards, flowers and monetary donations be sent to: Ms. Anita Davis, cfo Gregory B. Levett & Sons Fu neral Home, 4347 Flat Shoals Parkway, Decatur, GA, 30034, (404) 241-5656. 'AS TilE GOES Bf REVIEWING THE PAST FROM A NEW PERSPECTIVE In retrospect, the 1931 Broadway musical Every body's Welcome featured the song "As Time Goes By." The famous opening line, "You must remember this A kiss is just a kiss; a sigh is just a sigh. The fundamental things apply as time goes by." Our dear Mama, ten years seems but as yester day that you were with us; as time goes by. F n n d a -mentally speaking, in Christ, time is endless and love is endless, too! Therefore, we have the assurance He welcomes each to come as you have gone to be with Him. Funda mentally, we must remem ber this one thing-we must be prepared to meet Him. Well, Mama, you were pre pared and you are now with Him and daddy, too. To those who remain, as time goes by, will Jesus welcome you home, too? BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DORIS AYDELOTTE 8/17/367/10/08 LEILA SMITH WILLIAMS Goodnight Mama, we will see you in the morning! Lovingly, Juanita, Leatri cia, Earliest, (Bro), Valretha, (Val), Maggie, Norma, Michelle and grandchildren. JAMES AYDELOTTE 11/30/548/15/78 m r-Ill c: r r m ::1 z ""0 c: Ill r-c;; :::J: m c m < m -t c: m en c !< )> z c "11 JJ c !< C) m 1\) Sadly missed by: Joseph, Jr., Aaron and John Aydelotte (Tina); Deborah Dennard (James), Claretha

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c a: lL c z c( c en w w > w c w :I: en. ::J m Q. z t= w ..J ..J m c( I C'll MOTHER MARTHA ELIZABETH MOSES SHEPHERD The family of the late Mother Shepherd extends our deepest and warmest thanks for the many acts of kindness shown them in the passing of their loved one. A special thanks to: the Beulah Baptist Church, 2nd Saturday Prayer Group and Aikens Funeral Home for services rendered. May God continue to richly bless you, is our prayer. The Shepherd Family. CARD OF APPRECIATION KATRINAJAMFS NICHOLLS The family of Katrina James Nicholls greatly acknowledges and deeply appreciates all acts of kindness shown to our family during our time of bereavement. We extend to each of you our heartfelt gratitude for your love, prayers, cards, florals, calls, visits, food, gifts and other sympathetic gestures. May God richly bless each of you. Special thanks to: Pastor Vmcent, Pastor Smith, Elders, Mt. Calvary S. D. A. Church family, First Baptist of West Tampa, BethelS. D. A. Church, Corsicana, TX, New Life S. D. A. Church, Palestine, TX, and Aikens Funeral Home Staff. The family. 5 We spend time with you. Ammging a fitting lribute is important to you, and you don\ to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME 300l N 29th St Tampa, Fl 1800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 vwm.wilson-funeralhome.com I Wayne l Bright C) Manager ews Three Charged In ldentitv Then Scheme To Get $152,000 JOHN HARTLEY Detectives with the Hills borough County Sheriffs Office arrested three people and charged them with fraudulent use of personal identification The three were arrested after they at tempted to collect $152 ,000 from a local credit union Three people identifi e d as John Hartley, 47, of Jonesboro, Georgia; Jodi Summers, 21, at large ; and Laura Jean Hall, so, of Riverdale, Georgia were all been charged with criminal use of personal identifica tion and grand theft. Hartley was charged with possession of marijuana also National News JODI SUMMERS According to police, between August 2 and August 8 three people entered the different Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Unions at 13 7 0 Oakfied Drive, 6804 E. Hillsborough Avenue and 950 E. Fletcher Avenue. Each of the individuals opened accounts using counterfeit identification and identities of people who lived in three different states After opening the ac counts each person applied for a loan via the Internet. Detectives were able to determine that the I. P. ad dress that was used was located at a downtown Courtyard Marriott. The LAURA JEAN HALL suspects were contacted and asked to return to the Credit Unions to obtain the loan money. On August 15th, one of the suspects arrived at the credit union branch 1920 E. Hillsborough Avenue. Police followed the suspect back to the hotel were all three were arrested. After obtaining a search warrant, police searched the hotel room where additional identities were discovered. A bond of $15 ,500 was set for Hartley. The bond for Ms. Hall and Ms. Summers was set at $22,500. All three were in jail at press time. Four-Star General Under lnvesuuation WASHINGTON -A four star Army general who was the first head of the new U.S. Africa Command is under in vestigation and facing possible demotion for allegedly spend ing hundreds of thousands of dollars improperly on lavish travel, hotels and other items. Gen. William "Kip" Ward has been under investi gation for about 17 months, and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is expected to make a final decision on the matter before the end of the month, according to several defense officials The defense officials said Ward is facing numerous alle gations that he spent several hundred thousand dollars alOutgoing Africa Command commander United States General William Ward. lowing unauthorized people, including family members, to fly on government planes, and spent excessive amounts of money on hotel rooms, trans-portation and other expenses when he traveled as head of Africa Command. A four-star general is the highest rank in the Army. While the exact amount of alleged misspending was not disclosed, the estimated total raises comparisons with the $823,000 allegedly spent by dozens of employees of the General Services Administra tion, who were accused of lavish spending during an October 2010 conference at a Las Vegas resort. Officials described the in vestigation on condition of anonymity because it is a personnel matter and the report on the investigation has not been released publicly. 301 North ,Howard Avenue Tampa, F L 33606

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Crime suspect sought For Kidnapping Turns Out g Anack on 12-Year-Oid To Be FamiiV Dispute 1\) 0 Tampa Police detectives are investigating a complaint of sexual battery against a 12-year-old male. Police said on August 81h between 12 p. m. and 2:30 p. m., a man approached a 12year-old boy in the 3600 block of East Deleuil Avenue and lured him to a vacant home under the guise of hir ing him for an odd job. Once inside the home, police said the suspect raped the victim. Detectives have been working leads on the case, but need help from the public to locate the suspect. He is described as a Black male 20 to 30 years old, 5'9" to 5'10" tall, and weighing 170 This is a sketch of a man suspected of sexually battering a 12-year-old boy. to 185 pounds. If anyone recognizes the suspect, they are asked to call (813) 231-6130. Two Robberies Being Investigated Hillsborough County Sheriffs detectives are inves tigating two business rob' beries that occurred in Brandon. In each of the rob beries, the suspect entered the store dressed in a hooded sweatshirt. The first robbery occurred at 2 a. m. on August 91h at the Chevron Gas Station, 965 Brandon Boulevard. Deputies said the suspect jumped over the counter and demanded money. He grabbed cash from the register and fled. On August 13th at 1 a. m., detectives said the suspect entered the 7-11 Store at 1020 Kings Avenue and approached the clerk. He reportedly was armed with a large knife and demanded money. After getting the money, the suspect fled on foot. He is described as a Black male, 20 to 29 years old, weighing 160 pounds and standing s'8" tall. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call (813) 247-8200. ManAnempts To Rob Nightclub Tampa Police report that on Tuesday night, a man at tempted to rob a local night club. Police said the bartender at Club 2606, 2606 North Armenia Avenue, saw a Black male walk into the bar and reach over the counter. The bartender thought the man was trying to steal a bottle of liquor, and confronted the man, police said. When the bartender con fronted the man, he allegedly pointed a gun at him, and told him to give him the money from the register. The bartender ran to the phone and dialed 9-1-1. At that point, police said the sus pect pointed the gun at a patron in the club and demanded his wallet. The patron said he did not have any money, and laid on the floor. The suspect fled with no stolen property The suspect was described as a Black male, 30 to 35 years old, 6'2 tall and weigh ing 240 pounds. Police are working with the property owner to download video with hopes of identifying the suspect. Tampa Police officers searching for a missing teenager Wednesday discov ered later she wasn't kid napped as reported earlier by witnesses. According to police, the 16-year-old missed her bus and called her father for a ride. She waited for him in the parking lot of the Wal green's Store at 22" d Street and Hillsborough Avenue. Police said the teenager lives with her grandparents, who are her legal guardians, and was told by the grandmother to not leave with her father, but wait for them to arrive. ARMA MITCHELL ..... listed as a "subject" on the police report. When the girl's father pulled into the parking lot, police said she told him she was waiting for her grandmother and walked away from him. The father jumped .... out of the car and dragged 1\l her back to the car as she fought with him. Officers searching for the girl spotted the vehicle parked at a fast food restaurant on Hillsborough Avenue near 301h Street. When offi cers confronted the father, he explained the teenager was his daughter, and he had dropped her off at her grand mother's house. Officers found the teenager nearby shopping with her grandmother, and no charges were filed. Arma Mitchell, 31, was listed on the police release as being present at the scene. rReward onered For Arrest 01 Murder Suspect EDDIE WALKER ..... being sought for an April sthmurder. LARGO Largo Police de tectives have obtained a first degree murder warrant for Eddie Walker, 24, in the shooting death of Terrance Thomas on April 5th. According to investigators, Walker and Thomas argued over the quality of cocaine Thomas had allegedly sold Walker. After the dispute es calated, police said Walker shot Thomas in the head and left him in the road. Walker is described as a Black male 6 feet tall, and weighing 200 pounds A reward of $10,000 has been offered for his arrest, and will come from drug forfeiture funds. An y one with informa tion is asked to call (727) 5828477. 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FLORIDA sENTINEL FRIDAY AUGUST 17 2012 a_. I Middleton Class 011912 And 1813 Celebrates 40th Anniversanr I There were approximately 6o members of the Middleton High School Classes of 1972 and 1973 who came together for a 40-year reunion July 20-22, 2012. Class members traveled from as far away as Atlantic City NJ. These 2 classes were denied the opportunity to gradu ate from Middleton due to forced busing after Middleton and Blake High Schools were closed in June 1971. Thirty years later in 2002, a new Middleton was rebuilt and opened as a high school at a new l ocation 22nd Street and Osborne Ave. The members of the 1972 and 1973 classes were granted honorary Middleton High School diploma s a s p art of the reopening activities at Middleton. Through the years, these c l a s se s hav e had their reunions and other activi t ie s ho l d i n g on to their l o y alty \ to the school. During the Friday night Meet and Greet class mem bers shared some of the strife they endured at their 'new' schools The 70s event took this class back to the "Soul Train line and the Scramble Board naming for mer teachers and administrators. On Saturday, there was a Poolside Social filled with fun food and fellowship. Later in the evening the Class Banquet was held at the Crown Plaza Hotel at Sabal Park. Doretha Edgecomb, of Middleton Cla s s of 1960 and Hillsborough County School Board member, was the guest speaker. She encoura ged the class members to get involved with Middleton b y sharing their time talent and re s our ces, Middleton 's head Football Coac h Alonso Ashwood, was pre s ented a ch e ck for $ 300 from the clas s to he lp with his football program. A class member, R o n Ellis, founder and Senior Pastor of Exalted Word Ministries Church Inc and Founder /CEO of B. A M. International (Believe, Achieve, Maximize), donated $500 to the pro gram and vowed to work with the athletes, using the motivational tools of his program with the studen t ath letes. The evening concluded with entertainment by class member Andre Walker's band, The Mighty Good and Strong Band. On Sunday the group worshipped at New Hope M. B. Church Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, Pastor where Ron Peterson is a member After worship the class dined at The Open Cafe and said their good b y es vowing to stay in touch (Photos by Frederick's Photography) Members from the 2 classes are: kneeling, Raymond Brown, Freddie McNair, Lionel Woodall, Patricia Lawson, Andre Walker and Ronald Peterson. First row, Robert Scott, Joyce Williams, Lillie Grubbs, and Cynthia Myles. Second row, Lee Rogers Davis, Cheryl Danzey, Elaine Sledge, Deborah Walton and Pastor Ron Ellis. Third row: Shirley Jackson, Reginald Brown, Shirley Lee, Annie Ruth Ellis Barbara Shazer, Gwenda Carson, Belinda Roberts, Carolyn H. Jackson and Debra Williams. Fourth row: Ida Booth, James Bryant, Jimmy Bass, Mary Shorter, Joyce McCray Albertine Parker, Joann Bell, Veronica Coy, Rose Mary Gadsden, Wanda Bolen and Mary Kirkland. Fifth row: Gregory Douglas, Charles Sherry, Katie Wise, Sharon Douglas, Blair Bergen, Charles Gibson and Otis WJ.lson Debra Williams an_d Albertine Parker were among the 1970-71 high stepping majorettes of M i d dleton who showed they've still got it. Former cheerleader Shirley Lee with her husband, Fred Lee. Some of the 197 0-71 football players: Pastor Ron Ellis Alfred Pyles, Bill y Bethe l Ronald Peterson, and Gregory Doug las. T hey wer e introduced b y Carolyn Harris Jackson. Andre Walker, Sylvester Pinkney, Markus Vance of The Mighty Good And Strong Band.

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Communitv Activist Concerned salon Night' First Event Dilts lind Anvwhere About New Citv Budget >"' < c a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Last Thursday, Mayor Bob Buckhorn presented the City Council a proposed budget of $804-4 million, with $9 million in emergency reserve dollars being used to balance the annual budget for the 2012-2013 year. Community activist Ger ald White was at the meet ing, and addressed the Council on the proposed budget. "As I listened to Mayor Buckhorn, I was on alert for any property tax in creases. It's important that homeowners aren't bur dened any more than they al readyare. GERALD WHITE to balance the budget. We are entering the hurricane sea son, and I wonder what will happen when those funds are needed, and there's no money to replace them." solidating programs would benefit both gov ernments "We also must be vigilant on all budget issues as they go through the process of public hearings. The people must speak out to get their priorities out there." White said law enforce ment and fire rescue services must be well funded and maintained. "I also feel we must get abandoned and foreclosed homes in our community re habbed and occupied. We must get these homes back on the market, and I think Code Enforcement can play a vital role in that "I am concerned about c the shortfall, and the need to ii: go into the Emergency Fund LL White said he also feels the city and county need to work on consolidating pro grams, and he thinks Parks and Recreation would be a great place to start. "These homes are owned by banks and other and we just sit around and allow them to stay unoccu pied and deteriorate. Action must be taken now, because the number of abandoned and foreclosed homes is in creasing. This creates a prob lem and haven for drug users and vagrants to occupy the homes. This brings down property values even more, and scares away potential de velopers and businesses." Q z c( Q en w :::: .... w > w Q w l: en :::i m :::: a. z ffi .J .J :::: m .J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 .J LL STRY c
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Local Belmont Heights Estates Residents Awarded Scholarships Nicole Virgo, left, Javier Collado, and Madeleine Mena were chosen as recipients of the Michaels Organization Educational Foundation. AD three young adults will continue their education in coming weeks. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Three East Tampa students were recently presented scholarships to help with their college education. All three of the students are residents of the Belmont Heights Estates. The three students, Nicole Virgo, Madeleine Mena, and Javier Collado, were honored during a celebration last month. The Michaels Organization Educational Foundation presented the scholarships, which range in value from $2,ooo to $3,000. The Michaels Organization is affiliated with the community s prop erty management Company Interstate Realty Management, Javier Collado graduated from high school in 2011, and has been accepted at the University of South Florida to continue his education. For the past two summers, RNC Javier has worked with a professor from the University of Tampa on a cancer research project. Javier is also the recipient of the United States of America Academic Achieve ment Award. Javier is the son of Ms. Madeleine Mena, who is also a resident of Belmont Heights Estates and an award recipient. Ms. Mena is the mother of three other children as well She will begin her second year at Hillsborough Community College. Ms. Mena, who is a four-year resident of the complex was unable to speak English when she first moved into the complex. Her children translated for her. However, she has mastered the language. When the fall classes begin, Nicole Vu-go will enter her second year at Saint Leo University. Nicole is a member of the National Honor Society and she is on the Dean's List. This year marks the second time Nicole has been chosen as a recipient of the Michaels Organization scholarship. She is majoring in psychology. Mark Morgan, President of Interstate Realty Management said, "We are very proud to be able to give back to the communities where we own and manage properties in this very tangi ble way." Michael J. Levitt, the Michaels Organization Chairman and CEO, created the non-profit Interstate Realty Management Educational Foundation in 1991. Since its inception, the foundation has provided more than $3 million in educational grants to more than 1,300 residents of properties owned or man aged by the company. Mavorluckhornlaunches RNC Call Center. The City of Tampa will implement a customer service call center in support of the 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC). The Call Center will provide up-to-date informa tion on any additional street closures that may occur, parking options, basic directional assistance, and hospitality information for visitors. The RNC Call Center number is (866) 762-8687, and is toll-free. The Call Center will not replace normal City operations, business functions, or call centers. Additionally, residents, businesses, and visitors are also encouraged to sign up for Alert Tampa to receive important information and emergency notifications on your email, mobile device, or landline phone. Sign up for Alert Tampa online at tampaiov.net/AlertTampa or via phone by calling (813) 231-6184. ., :!! c Tribute To Those In The Armed Forces Reaches Wider Audience > c: C) c: en -t .... ...... BY LEON B: CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Timmy "T-Roc" Baker wrote "Welcome Home Good Soldier, he did it to express his deepest appreciation for our troops. "I think they are truly real life heroes. So many of us wake up each day taking life and freedom for granted until some unfortunate situation or tragedy snaps us back into reality." T-Roc said he thanks God for the men and women that serve in our military to pro tect the liberty and integrity of our country. "They do it so we may have the freedom to pursue the American dream of peace, prosperity and happiness. I think about those that have made the ultimate sacrifice, giving their lives so that we may live our own lives not in fear, but with the same courage and fearlessness." T-Roc, who now calls Palmdale, California home, has been campaigning all over the country in support of TIMMY "T-ROC" BAKER the troops, and every stop he's made, he's made sure his song is heard. 0 Thanks to his diligence and :!! hard work, Welcome Home Good Soldier" can now be en heard on three downloadable m websites: iTunes, Amazon, and cdbaby.com. T-Roc wants everyone to listen to his son and form their own opinion. He also invites people t come up with their own salute to our troops. z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r m :::! z "My song is a sincere and "0 honorable salute to every solC: dier, past, present and future. God bless them all." en % m c m < Accidents lnj BLICKLAWFIRM Criminal DUI m -t c: m en c 813-703-4147 FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE. <::>< __ > z c ., ::z:J c

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Grand Opening Beautv Store Host Grand Opening On July 28th, Donna s Beauty Store hosted its grand opening. Everyone was surprised at the great bargains There was food, music, and great prices what else do you need? This is a great thing for East Tampa! They also deliver in certain areas of Tampa. (Photography b y Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keep sakes). These ladies, Melissa and Carla, could not believe how affordable the prices are. Lisa, Lillian and Leslie, shown from left to right, came out to support the project. They are Three generations of beauty. Brenda made sure everyone had a hot dog and a laugh. 7110 N. Nebraska Ave. Suite A (Nut to Blu Sea SUfood RHtalnnt) everyone "Choco." Meetin s Middleton High Class 011958 The Middleton High School Class of 1958 will meet Friday, August 17, 2012, 6:30 p. m. at the Tampa Police Dept. District 3 Office located at 3808 N. 22nd St. All classmates are invited and encouraged to attend. Middleton ClassOI 1960 The Middleton High School Class of 1960 will meet Saturday, 1 8 August 2012 at s P. M. The meeting will be held at the HOPE Community Center, 4902 North 22nd Street, across from Middleton Senior High School. This will be our last meeting of the year in preparation for our 52 Class Reunion. For more information please contact the Vice Pres ident/Corresponding Secre tary, Robert J. Williams at (813) 417-9209/741-9294 ., Loca :!! Volunteer Mentors )> c: Employees of Travelers Insurance through their outreach mentoring program presented the Cornerstone Kids, Inc. at St. James Episcn co pal Church House of Prayer with a check for $8oo. The funds will be -t used to purchase book bags and school supplies. (Photos by Julia Jackson) fULL SET ...... $25/w Design TOES h$5

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N ...... 0 ,..: caution. Woe to you in the will take those who stood must keep the faith and .,.... church that are running the storm and remained stand firm on His word. t; God's people away from the faithful and re es tablish His God promises the rem5 church because you are flock. For those leaders who nant of people that they will ;:, stuck in your own wants and did not live up to their re have a leader from the house desires. sponsibility as church leadof David and priest from the w c w J: en :J m ;:) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z i= z w .en C .a: 0 ..J I.L m I co w 0 CHURCH DIRECTORY ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue.T ampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 2483651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8 :00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3ra Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wiBible Study Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." OU1rea'11 MiniStry: f\DAH COMMUNITY, l-OUSE OF LYDIA .... EDIIEIEIIIMW PASTOIAIIIEY ... HV. WALTEII J. WIU.IIMI Pastor Emeritus Eal'ly Morning Worship-7: 55A M Sunday Morning Worship-9 :30 A.M. Morning Worship-10:55 A M Wed. Family Nigtt 7 P .M. For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea Ketvln DeCourMY Chairman, Deacons Minis Morning Worship 11:00 A.M YPWW6 :00P. M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M SAII'\T .1.\\11-:S :\.:\1.1':. CIICRCil OF PROCRESS \'I LI..\CE, 11'\C. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-24ll lU!V. KICBAl!LB. PIUCB, l Pllltol' '-und.1\ Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M.. Church Sehool 8:45 A. M. Morning Worship 10:15A. M. NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. lake Ave.* 248-41'0 Weekly Activities St..nday Cht..rd'l School 9 : 30A M Morning Worship 1 0 :45 A M Bible Class 4 :30 P .M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Praya-Meeting 7 P M BlJie Study 7 :30 p FIRST UP11ST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VIII A&E 8722 Progress Blvd., FL 33619 Church otfk:e : (813) 677-1948 Pastor s Office : (813) 672..()389 Academyotfk:e : (813) 677-5988 Fax: (81. 3} 672 E-Mail: fboopvtampabay rr .oom DR. senior Adult/Ohiklren Worship Times 7:30 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:JI:IIfili!tllft Sunday :45A.M Adta & Youth/ Chben Tuesday 11 A.M. -Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30 P M Adult A Satelit&CalfiPU!l For lnstitlie The Cluch Fa Global ctvn;e ( Acts 1:8. Rom. 1:8 1 Thes. 1 :8)

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., day wish is being sent to Ms. glas, Roger Humphrey, reavement. August Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday: Barbara Johnson, George Dennis, Sr., Nettie Mae Dennis, George Dennis, Jr., Tonya Biggs Chamberlain (Albany, GA), and Sherrika Tootie Garfield (8/25). Special birthday wish hugs and kisses are being sent to Mr. Richardo "Mann" Ming, Sr. who will celebrate his 35th birthday on August 23. With love from your fiancee and kids. A very special birthday greet ing is also being sent to Ms. Tameka Hayes of Progress Village now residing in Brent wood, Tennessee. She will turn 30 on Aug. 21st and celebrate with friends in Miami. This greeting comes from your sister and best friend, Ms. Tiffany Do by, and your children, Sa'arin and Keke. We love you! SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 10 A. M. N\omlng Service 11 :30 A M Evening Service 7:30 P. M Bibl e Study Tt.resday Bible Band -7:30 P M. Other celebrants: Erica "Lisa" Shaw Stencil (Lake land) 8/17, Demetrius Johnson 8/19, Tameka Hayes 8/21, Sabrina Durr 8/22, Richardo Ming 8/23, Tuwanna Ming 8/25, Carolyn Perkins 8/25, Sonia Washington 8/27, Oliver J. Lynwood, Jr. 9/1, Gwen Sneed 9/6, Lemuel James 9/6, and Harold "Tony" Doby, Jr. 9/13. Other Virgo birthday celebrants are Jeffrey Mills and Judgetta Favors. Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday goes out to Mr. Young Johnson, Sr. What a blessing for him to celebrate another great day with family. Mr. Johnson's blessed day was August 6, 2012. He is one of our oldest citizens in Progress Village and still takes his afternoon walk ... wow!! A very special belated birth-Thursday Evening -YPWW7:30P.M. 1st And Jrd friday Evening Wo men's Outreacil Ministry 7:30 P. M MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kitdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7 : 45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord' s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Charlene Washington of Phyllis Akes, Eloise Leeks, ........ Charlene Washington s Bail Marjorie Guest, Francis Progress Village Civic l:; Bonds, who celebrated her natal and Mildred Hanna, Council Meeting C) day on July 8. We love you. Johnny Trotman, James C Special birthda y blessings Wiggs, Marie Benson, The president, Mrs. Linda (J) are sent to all of the Virgos and Annie Laura Jelks, the Washington would like to in:1 Leos in the Mills, Darby, Rodgers family and the form you that the next meeting ....,. of the Civic Council will be on N Hills, Doby, Durr, Ming and Philon family o Raines families including: Mon., Aug. 20 at 7 P m at P. V. ..... Jukia Mills 7/24, Gwen-dolyn Raines Woodard of Plant City 7 I 25, Hope Perkins 7/26, Facunda Arenas 7/27, Reggie Doby 7/28, Maryann Thornton 8/5, Eunice Stokes 8/3, Vanessa Mills 8/10, Willie Queen (Jilly) McNeal 8/10, Deiona McCall 8/10, Toby Hills 8/13, Charity Perkins 8/15, and Shanequa Braxton 8/15. Congratulations Congratulations to Leslie and Sandra Jackson who'll celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary on August 22nd. Sick And Shut Ins Let us keep the sick and shut ins in our daily prayers .. if it wasn't for God on our side where would we be? Waymon Saffore, Cora McCall, Robert Miller, Olga DouSunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship-11 a .m. Evening Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (81 248-3779 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship 8 A.M. Sunday School9 : 30A M Morning Worship -10 : 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed 7 P M Sympathy Sympathy is sent to the Un derwood family in the passing of their lo ved one, Mrs. Montest Thomas Underwood. She will be greatly missed by family, friends, and church family. She was well known in the community for babysitting for many, many families. Our condolences are sent to Mrs. Anna Harris and fam ily due to passing of her mother, who will be funeralized in Ala bama on Wednesday. We pray for traveling grace. We would like to send our deepest sympathy and love to Ms. (Beth) Alexis Baker Loud in the loss of her daugh ter, Ms. Sierra McDuffie, who passed on June 30th. We love you, from your family. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance, and strength during this time of beltl'llll n'---Recreation Center. ,._, Scripture (Jeremiah 21:11) "For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you plans to give you hope and a .future ." Thought For Today Gratitude is the fairest blos som which spring from the soul." F.Y.I. Prlltr llrllct, 1'1111111 .... ....... .........._.. ... 111111 .... 1'111----BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .. .. 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship .. ... 7:30P.M. '--__;=......_....;;; BISHOP MAnHEW WILliAMS Pastor "A Church Where 11le Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full

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L.onvocation g Kronk For Christ 0 Whe n the Legacy Fellowship o f Chu rc h es and Ministri es Convoca t ion gathe r ed r e ce n tly, one o f the even t s was Kru n k For 0 Christ, a y outh event ho s t ed b y 0: B ishop-Elect Michelle B. LL Patty and King Cobra. There were several s p eakers an d y o ut h e n tertainers The youth had l u nch at th e O pen Cafe. The even t was held a t St John s Cath edra l Bishop Eddie Newkirk, P astor, with Bishop Michael Lewis Coor din ator o f the Con v ocat i on. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Pastor Dr. Patricia Hauser was one of the speakers. PEACE PROGRESSIVE P. B. CHURCH 0 a: LL 0 z c( 0 en w 1w > w 0 w en :J m Q. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en c( 0 a: 0 ...J LL ?6/8 E. Lake J\venue Tampa, fl T1moth y J. Kemp. Pastor SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 2012 9 A.M. 3 P.M. Fr.e Blood Pressure, Glucose, Body Mass Index Screens, Face Painting, Healthy Cooking Demonstrations, Massage Therapy, Blood Drive, Free Food & More Kaitlynn Jones, popular young artis t bad the youth on their feet. Mother and daughter Mime team, 'Higher Praise' -Felnicia and Zaniyab Mosley -entertained the young people in attendance. Lillie Russ and Samantha Gavin also performed. Young people who attended the event included Frances, Chrislyn, Chris Hill and Ab-janeya B. Ushers on duty for the young people, Christen Cole and Rita Bowles. UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3 111 Ybor St., Tampa F l 33605 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Biblt Study Tues. 7 :30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED B.DER AND MRS. RONNIE (BONITA) NORTON EMPOWERED FOR

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Local Celebrating lite The Tucker family came together several weeks ago to celebrate the life of Bishop Philip F. Tucker. The celebration was held at Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ, Supt. Clethen Sutton, Pastor. Pastor Clethen Sutton and Dr. Minister Philip Tucker, Jr. at the program. Jeremiah Bles'd Wicks performed at the celebra tion service for his grandfa ther. The family celebrated the life of Bishop Philip TuCker, Sr., from left: Dr. Philip Tucker, Jr., Dr. Philetha Tucker.-Johnson, Mother Maretha Tucker and Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks. Mentors For Ministry, a youth group, were also onthe program. Mentors: Adria Johnson, Adrian Johnson II, Julia Flowers, Jereminique Cannon, Shayla Larry, Derrick Cotman, Barissa Ardley, Jeremiah Wicks, Chelsa Robinson, Corey Johnson, Lenika Mitchell-Newson, Darius Washington, Tykedria Martin, Kenyetta Seago, Jasmine Wright, Chalani Sutton, Cameron Sutton and Pastor Clethen Sutton. The Mentor Tots also appeared on program. They are: Jeremiah Wicks, Alexis Smith, Mekhi Wallace, Sade Wallace, Tyquise Bravo, Alex Smith, Jamar Bravo, De'erick Cotman, Samantha Underwood, Adaria Norton, Erniecia Butler and Ernest Butler. leuacv Ordination Senices office of'Bishop.' The Legacy Fellowship of Churches and Ministries Holy Convocation was held a few weeks ago. The closing ceremony of the activities was the ordination service, elevating several to the Among those in attenN dance to witness the ordinag tion was Rev. Thomas N Scott of the 34th Street Church of God. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor of St. John's Cathedral, where the ordination service was held, gets a smile from Bishop Michael Lewis when he greets the telling them of the years he has known Michael-since he was a little boy. The newly ordained bishops prepare for their first m Communion: from left, Elect Bishop Sylvester Robinson, Bishop Andre Wright, Bishop Michelle B. Patty, and Bishop John Neal. "' Health Fair Career Fair ... Cdlege Fair Saturday, August 18, 2012 11:00 a m b 3:00p.m. Sdm to the Fist200 SblledsCiades K-12 AtteOOee5 C3l speak to(tjege Rep"eseUhes, CRJRep'eselatWes ftoj\WI ProiJ. """' c: m en c )> z c "T1 :::D c

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,.: ?"'" Couple Celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversarv c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::> .... w > w c w :::1: (/) ::::J III ::> Reverend Ronald and First Lady Josephine (Brodie) Hubbard observed their soth Golden Wedding Anniversary on July 8th. United Methodist Church dur ing the 10 A. M worship serv ice. This occasion was co-hosted b y their children, Ronald Charles Hubbard, Valerie Hubbard-Goddard, and Keeney church members. Rev. Dr. Florence Parra preached a powerful message on the topic God 's Love" at the morning service. Rev. Parra also officiated at the Reaffirmation of Marriage Covenant Service and blessed their rings and marriage. At the conclusion of this service, the couple's three-year-old great grand-daughter, Mal lina Hubbard, presented Mrs. Hubbard with a dozen red roses. Immediately after the serv ice, attendees enjoyed a deli cious "Soulfully Southern" meal prepared by Keeney's Hospitality Committee chaired by Joyce Tim. Keeney hosta.. ._ _. z i= w ...J ...J ::> III ...J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J LL III I 0 ?"'" w Rev. Florence Parra blessed the couple. Siblings, Ronald Charles Hubbard and Valerie Hubbard-God dard were co-hosts for their parents' Golden Celebration. (!) The Keeney Choir: Antoinette Washington, Director; Sarah IJ<)hDISOJil, Alice Moore, Ollie Carter, Uary Jones and Patrick Creal. esses were: Gloria Cozart, Brenda Sallye, Veronica Moore, Ollie Maddox and Cynthia Upson. Elder Valerie Hub bard-Goddard presided at the program held during the meal and fellowship. The Gar cia Building was beautifully adorned in a gold and white soth Anniversary theme. Beautiful floral centerpieces highlighted each table. Wel come remarks were given by Alliene Robinson, Keeney Lay Leader, and Ronald Charles Hubbard, son of the honorees. The following people gave remarks: Deloris Lewis shared how Rev. and Mrs. Hubbard met in her parent s home; Joanna Toldey de scribed the friendship that was formed when their children were toddlers; Betty Baker told the group that Mrs. Hubbard mentored her and was the local Chapter President when she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Mar sha Lewis Brown, AKA South Atlantic Regional Direc tor, gave an account of her re lationship with the couple; Alma Purify spoke on behalf of the Middleton High School Class of 1954; Arlear (Cur tis) Dexter shared that Rev; and 1st Lady Hubbard were the Spiritual Leaders at Keeney Church and that sev eral new ministry programs have been birthed during their tenure. Also, Albert Coleman spoke on behalf of the Broth ers of Kappa Alpha Psi Frater nity. The following Kappa men sang the "Sweetheart Song" to Mrs. Hubbard: Bernard King, Clarence Lee, Albert Coleman, and Ron Hub bard. Professor Lyman Brodie led a toast to the Golden Couple. Additional family members who attended were grandchil dren: Vanessa and Alfonzo Hubbard, Avia and Chris tian Goddard; great-grand children, Mallina and Ronald Bryant Hubbard, brother, Professor Lyman Brodie, VicePresident Fac ulty Relations at the University of Central Florida, wife, Jan ice and daughter, Valerie; nephew, Alvin Acosta; cousin, Sharon Baker and many friends. The following clergy at tended: Dr. Deborah Gra ham, founder, Glory and Fire Prayer Ministry; A. D. Shaw, pastor, Shekinah Glory Cathe dral; and Pastors John and Rookmin Bach. Rev. and Mrs. Hubbard thank God for blessing them with 50 years of marriage. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority members who attended: first row, Elder Valerie Hubbard-Goddard, Josephine Hubbard, Marsha Lewis Brown, AKA South Atlantic Regional Director; second row, Evelyn McFadden, Gloria Cozart, Deloris Lewis, Lee, Joanna Tokley, Betty Baker and Janice Brodie. Professor Lyman Brodie led the toast to the couple. Alliene Robinson, Keeney Lay Leader, and First Lady Josephine Hubbard. Zoy Dell read the scripture and Ollie Carter, a hostess. Minister Brian Newton read the scripture. Rev. Dr. Sharon Austin, South Central United Methodist Church, District Superintend ent.

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local :xJ )> c: 34th Street Church 01 God Hosts 1th Familv Fest2012 C) 2012, 9 a. m. -1 p. m., where c: Reverend Thomas Scott and the congregation of 34th Street Church of God exten ds an invitation to the community to join them this week to experience the nightly services of the 7th Annual Family Fest Confer ence. Services began on Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. and will conclude with Sunday morning services. The lineup of speakers in attendance are: Bishop Cynthia James ( Woman Thou Art Loosed" speaker REVEREND THOMAS SCOTI with Bishop T. D. Jakes), Oakland, CA; Dr. Floyd Flake (former U. S. Con-Georgia Mass Choir Song Appears In #1 Comedv In America The Campaign' Millions of movie goers poured into theatres this past weekend to see the hilarious #1 Comedy in America, "The Campaign" starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. Not only did they laugh uncontrollably but were uplifted by the spirited song "Bye & Bye" by the Geor gia Mass Choir, which also appeared in the film. The Georgia Mass Choir, affectionately known as 'Ame rica s Choir' is poised and ready to declare 'I Still Have A Praise with the album of the same name. Reverend Milton Biggham, Savoy I Malaco Records Executive Director as well as founder and director of this award-winning choir, returned as the featured lead vocalist on the Billboard and Mediabase chart topping sin gle, "I Still Have A Praise On The Inside Of Me" from their much anticipated release. Reverend Biggham, sometimes referred to as the King of Gospel Choirs' for his invaluable and expansive contribution to the world of gospel choir music, is cred ited for producing many Gospel Legends including, Rev. James Cleveland, The Caravans, Lou Rawls and many others, along with discovering stand-out gospel artists Kirk Franklin and Donnie McClurkin through his direction in their work with both the Georgia Mass and The New York Restoration Choirs. Kirk Franklin enjoyed his first hit with "Joy" and Donnie McClurkin's debut single, Speak To My Heart" also claimed the top of the charts. Biggham's biography reads like a Who's Who of gospel music, though he is most widely recognized for New CD "I Still Have A Praise" Available Online and In Stores October 2, 2012. his work as Gospel Music Director of the Georgia Mass Choir for both the platinum selling soundtrack and the award-winning motion pic ture The Preacher s Wife starring the late Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington. During the promotion of the movie, "The Preacher's Wife," he traveled with the Georgia Mass Choir while they performed in a ten-city concert tour with Whitney Houston. In addition, the choir made guest appear ances on high-profile televi. sion programs such as: Saturday Night Live, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Ebony Awards, The Dove Awards, and The NAACP Image Awards. The choir also starred in a commercial for Volkswagen which aired throughout Europe, on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, performed during the open ing ceremony of the presti gious 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, and at the 2000 NFL Super Bowl. Rev. Biggham was in Tampa this past weekend in concert Saturday at First Bap tist Church of College Hill and as the 11 a. m. speaker Sunday at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church. gressman and pastor of the 23,000 Greater Allen Cathe dral AME Church), Jamaica NY; Minister Stephen Hurd, (na tional speaker and Worship Leader who wrote "Let The Glory of the Lord Rise Among Us" and Zion Is Calling Me To A Higher Place Of Praise ), Glenarden, MD; and Dr. E. L. Branch (pas tor of the s,ooo+ historic Third New Hope Baptist Church), Detroit MI. The Community Survival Day is Saturday, August 18, free school supplies will be distributed and there will be .... free physicals, health exams :-J haircuts and hair braiding. For additional information, please call (813) 2488700. Sale Thursday, Aug. 16 thru Saturday, Aug. 18 buy1 50o/o off* Stylet's, 5 f) 10 oz. .. ,.., ..... ...., ...... ................... !10 sale sale Africa's Best NoLye Organic Root Stimulator Relaxer System Men's un:.t....m.... Styl. Lotio Organics TexturizJng Kit __ .... "ll lll9 n, .. ,.. ..... ...., ..... 8 5 oz. Hair Pudding, 13 oz. .. lllllllplld-COVER GIRl buy 1 get1 5Qo/o off* 'OJ&Iesslr!D sale Cover Girl Queen Collection Face, eye or lip cosmetics. \llll.......,llllltllllliiiCII .... IIIIlllllliiiC..,_ ........ ......., ........ ,.._,.,..._.,_..,...,........_,...._ ........... _,.. C) .......... ,.. .................. ,. .... ...,.i .. .,_ .. ...,ll(ll .......... ..,.. ....... c..-,_.... .... .,,.......,,.. ., m .,., ......... ...,.,..., "&;r:: ..... 0111." .............. TJ r n: ..................... .... ................. ..... ..... I m

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..... .,... .... en :::) CJ :::) Old School Cookout < The West Tampa and Carver City friends gathered at MacFarlane Park on Saturday, August 6, 2012 for their 4th C annual Old School Cookout. Later in the evening, more than fE 500 joined the friends at the Letter Carrier s Hall for their dance (Photos by BRUNSON) USF COWGE OF EDUCAnON Entertainment by Jazz Artist T. Foxx, The Dancing DJ-JT Master of Ceremony: Alexx Jordan Fred Harris was at the Old School Cookout. James Williams. 505 Affordable prices personalized to meet your needs. Specializing In: Weddings Celebrations Reunions Parties, Etc. 'Double 0 and 'General' at the park. James Tookes, Doretha Mathis and Reggie Smith were out for the Old School Cookout. In the park for the Old School Cookout were Raymond Roses, Atty. Clinton Paris and Paul Melvin. Sandra Hartsfield, Kaye Spain, Sabrina Patterson and Debra Lawson were among those at the park.

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FYI PART IV Third, language in the Fair Sentencing Act implies that Congress intended to follow the Sentencing Reform Act's special back ground principle here. Section 8 of the Fair Sentencing Act requires the Commission to promulgate conforming amendments to the Guidelines that achieve consistency with other guideline provisions and applicable law." Read most naturally, "applicable law" refers to the law as changed by the Fair Sentencing Act, including the provision reducing the crack mandatory minimums. And consistency with "other guideline provi sions" and with prior. Commission practice would require application of the new Guidelines amendments to offenders who committed their offense before the new amendments' effective date but were sentenced thereafter. Fourth, applying the 1986 Drug Act's old mandatory minimums to the postAugust 3 sentencing of preAugust 3 offenders would create sentencing disparities of a kind that Congress enacted the Sentencing Reform Act and the Fair Sentencing Act to prevent. Fifth, not to apply the Fair Sentencing Act would do more than preserve a disproportionate status quo; it would make matters worse by creating new anomalies new sets of disproportionate sentences not previously present. That is because sentencing courts must apply the new Guidelines (consistent with the Fair Sentencing Act's new mini mums) to pre-Act offenders, and the 1986 Drug Act's old minimums would trump those new Guidelines for some pre-Act offenders but not for all of them. Application of the 1986 Drug Act minimums to preAct offenders sentenced after the new Guidelines take effect .would therefore produce a set of sentences at odds with Congress' basic efforts to create more uniform, more proportionate sentences Sixth, this Court has found no strong countervailing considerations that would make a critical difference. Pp.1019. (b) The new Act's lower mi.nimums also apply to those who committed an offense prior to August 3 and were sentenced between that date and November 1, 2010, the effective date of the new Guidelines. The Act simply instructs the Commission to promulgate new Guidelines "as soon as practicable (but no later than 90 days after the Act took effect), and thus as far as Congress was concerned the Commission might have promulgated those Guidelines to be effec tive as early as August 3. In any event, courts, treat ing the Guidelines as advi sory, possess authority to sentence in accordance with the new minimums. Finally, applying the new minimums to all who are sentenced after August 3 makes it possible to foresee a reasonably smooth transi tion, and this Court has no reason to believe Congress would have wanted to impose an unforeseeable, potentially complex applica tion date. Pp. 1920. School Buses To Make Practice Run On Monday, August 20th, the Hillsborough County School District will have a practice run. The purpose of the run is to allow drivers to spot any problems in their routes before the beginning of school. The drivers will drive their entire routes at the appoint-Do you need help,, 1tl1 Uch MoneJ LO;e f;S Call Dr. Cross Now. 1 800-557 -n67 Toll Free Call Or. Cross 1-800-557-7767 lfyou are in the nidst of a aisis, there .is help for you. Loss of a loved one, bad-luck, sickness, job problems. You can be helped. :> \_ C:?5 car ':: :_. r 1::11 un-f if. t 1 800 i;)':J 1 I 761 Or. Cross can W1e1'8 all others have failed. Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#t Bay Area One Stop Shop,. Sis. Julia J. Folks, NR Owner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 290917-Tampa, 33687 o o ., .,76-3946 Cell ed times on Monday. This will allow them the opportu nity to find out if there are any glitches and correct them before school begins. Transportation General Manager John Franklin wants to test the system under the actual conditions during the early morning and mid-afternoon traffic. The bus drivers will follow real-time conditions at every stop The drivers will activate the stop arm, the flashing lights, and opening and closing of the doors. Motorists are reminded to compl y with an laws related to school buses. The first day of school for Hillsborough County students is Tuesday, August 21St. Currently, there are 1,ooo buses that transport students to and from schools within the Hillsborough County School District. Drivers transport approximately 91,000 students each day. Florida's Faultv No-Fault svstem Part II The highlights of the new law include: Auto accident victims must seek medical care or treatment from a qualified medical provider within 14 days of the crash or else PIP will not provide any medical benefits. We all know that many people try to "tough it out" hoping that their pain will just resolve itself with out a doctor. Sometimes it does, but under this law those who ignore their pain may find that they waited too long, and are just left to go home and suffer with no help. PIP will only pay up to $2,500 in medical benefits unless the patient has an "Emergency Medical Condition." To qualify for the full $10,ooo in medical benefits, the auto accident victim must suffer symptoms severe enough to indi cate that the lack of immediate medical attention could put the victim's health in serious jeopardy damage bodily functions, or cause a body part or organ to stop working properly. That means that most people are only going to have $2,500 dollars of insurance for routine follow up treatment, and that usually is just not enough. Treatments like massage therapy and acupuncture are no longer covered, which is ironic since recent studies have showed these can be at least as effective in treating soft tissue injuries as conventional (meaning expensive) medical treatments. In exchange for this bail out at consumers' expense, insurance carriers are sup posed to reduce PIP premi ums by a whopping 10 per cent by this October, and 25 percent by 2014. The bottom line from all these changes is that we cannot count on the no-fault system for basic benefits any longer. It is therefore more important than ever for accident victims to seek guidance from a competent, experienced attorney right away after an accident. For more iriformation, please contact me or another Florida personal injury attorney at 877-826-4827, or visit http; llwww. vanguardattorneus.com/. 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1 can (8 to 81/2 ounces) ofpeach slices in light juice or water, drained 3/4 cup of vanilla sugar free, fat free yogurt 1/2 cup of any flavor all natural1oo% juice 1/2 cup of fresh or frozen unsweetened berries 8 (3 ounces) paper cups 8 wooden craft sticks Aluminum foil DIRECI'IONS: Place peaches, yogurt and Juicy Juice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth. Pour evenly into cups. Divide berries evenly among cups. Cover each cup with foil. Insert stick through center of foil. Freeze for 4 to 6 hours or until firm. To remove pops from cups, carefully run warm water over side of cup to loosen. Remove cup and enjoy! 2-1/2 cups quick-cooking oats 1 cup chopped pecans 1/2 cup sugar, divided 1/4 cup butter, melted 3/4 cup butter, soft 1 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon salt 2large eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1-/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup raisins 2 cups Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels DIRECI'IONS: Preheat oven to 350 F. Combine oats, nuts and 1/4 cup granulated sugar in large bowl. Drizzle 1/4 cup melted butter over mix ture; stir until combined. Spread into shallow baking pan. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until oats and nuts are toasted, stirring once. Re move from heat; transfer mixture to large bowl. Cool completely. Beat 3/4 cup softened butter in large mixer bowl on medium speed for 30 sec onds. Add brown sugar, remaining granulated sugar, baking soda, cinnamon and salt; beat until mixture is combined. Add eggs and vanilla extract; beat until com bined. Gradually add as much flour as you can with mixer; stir in remaining flour. Add oat mixture and raisins; stir until well combined. Spread half of dough into ungreased 13 x 9-inch baking pan. Sprinkle morsels g over top, pressing gently into dough. Dot remaining dough mixture on top of morsels. en Bake for 30 minutes or until set. Cool slightly on wire rack; cut into bars. Cool completely in pan on wire rack. Store in airtight container. :::! z m r aJ c: r r m .... z c: aJ r u; :::t m c m < m .... c: m CJ) c )> z c 'T1 ::0 c ..... U'l m

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ;::) tw > w c w J: en m z i= About 40.0 babies who wore Carter's Inc. baby clothes de veloped rashes on their backs. The government warns parents about their tag-less labels. The affected clothing includes knit items such as body suits, shirts and pajamas. These items have prompted about 400 re ports of baby rashes, but there is still no report on how serious any of the rashes were or if any required hospital visits. For more information, consumers can call 888-282-4674 or visit www.carters.com/ corporate/tagless_message.aspx or www.cpsc.gov. Friendly Personal Care Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Payment Plans Available Rexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN DENTIST Adult& and Children 813 1Jr. !lng_rltf !Dooms, !D.!D.S. General Dentistry \t>11 I 741.) South Kings Ave. FL) ;:; I I \",Jll!_ng (813) 661-111 5 \, 11 f'.illt nt1415 East l24th Ave. Suite A Tampa, FL 33612 Fowler/Fletcher area (Corner of 124th Ave. & 15th St.) (813) 632-3483 WeAccept Medic:ald Delta Mollaa MetUfe Actaa CuePiu Floricla Healthy ICkb Crots/BIIIC SIUtW ..J The Following :::l Insurances: m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL Guardia Trfeare It would be great if kids ate the way they should plenty of fresh fruit and veggies, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and lean protein. But, candy, chips and other junk foods displace a lot of the healthier foods in a child's diet. And unfortunately, school lunch programs aren't doing enough to bridge the nutri tion gap. A daily multi-vitamin is more than just a safety net for occasional nutritional mishaps. Please note that high doses of supplemental vita mins and minerals are gen erally not necessary for kids, but a good multi-vitamin I mineral designed for them is all they need. But, watch out for artificial colors, sweeteners and preservatives, as well as added sugar. Miuhtv Magnesium Magnesium is essential to every single organ in the body. It's needed for: Strong bones and teeth, It helps maintain muscle and nerve function, It supports a healthy im mune system and steady heart rhythm, It regulates blood sugar and promotes optimal blood pressure, and It contributes to energy metabolism and protein syn thesis. Include plenty of dark green, leafy veggies in your menu, along with whole grains and nuts. Magnesium can also en hance other conditions, like: Childhood obesity and Type 2 Diabetes, Asthma Depression and anxiety, Attention Deficit Disor der (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disor der (ADHD), and Autism. Other benefits of magne sium include: lower risk of allergies, better long-term memory and a greater learn ing ability Magnesium is very impor tant for children. The recom mended daily guidelines are: Ages 1-3 need 40-80 mg. Ages 4-8 need 130 mg. Ages 9-13 need 240 mg. Teen girls need 360 mg. Teen boys need 410 mg. Supplements Our Children Need Fruits and veggies provide an array of vitamins and minerals that are essential for your child s growth and overall health But, very few children ac tually meet the recom:. mended intake for fruits and veggies, so your child may be coming up short. Here are a few things that can help. Calcium Calcium contributes to many functions in the body and is essential for develop ing and maintaining strong bones. Calcium is also needed for healthy teeth, muscle func tion: Children ages 4-8 need Boo milligrams a day and children 9-18 need up to 1,300 milligrams daily. Be sure to balance calcium intake with adequate magne sium. Children and teens need between 130-410 of magnesium daily VitaminD Vitamin D is necessary for absorption of calcium for maximum bone growth and strength. Vitamin D also boosts the immune system and may guard against certain dis eases, including cancer. Children and teens need at least 6oo IU per day. Potassium Potassium is a mineral that helps to ensure normal heart and muscle function and plays a major role in en ergy production. Potassium is also needed for strong bones. Potassium is found in many fresh fruits, veggies and whole grains. Omega3s Omega 3s are essential fatty acids found in fish (tuna and salmon) and in certain plant foods like flaxseeds and walnuts. Omega 3s held boost chil dren's IQ and they will also have fewer learning and be havioral problems. Zinc Zinc is an important component of the immune system and is found in meat, fish, poultry, legumes and whole grains. A deficiency of this min eral can lead to poor growth and a compromised ability to heal.

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Ginger Tea is a powerful inflam mation fighter. Cayenne's heat is great for aching joints. F.Y.I. Turmeric isn't just tasty it helps relieve pain, too. Unpasteurized apple cider vinegar, taken with meals, fires-up digestive juices. 5 Benefits 01 Raw Foods And Juicing 1. You get plenty of antiox idants. That's because the main components of this diet are fruits and veggies packed with antioxidants, sub stances _that help protect your cells from damage. 2. It aids in digestion. Raw food fans believe that eating whole, unadulterated food packed with enzymes will allow your body to cleanse it self. And any diet based on fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is good for your diges tive tract, helping to prevent constipation, and possibly reducing your risk of condi tions such as diverticulitis and diabetes. 3 It has heart benefits. The raw food way of eating is high in fiber and low in satu rated fats, and this has been shown to reduce your choles terol and your risk of heart disease. Also, raw foods are high in antioxidants and magnesium, and low in sodium-adding up to more good news for your heart. 4 You'll likely lose weight. Counting calories with raw foods and juice is not equiv alent to the calories you count on a traditional diet of cooked and/ or processed foods. Nothing is wasted, as the body knows how to as similate all the calories in raw live foods, whereas a regular diet of 2,000 calories for example, might only have about 1,200 useable calories and the rest is "wasted" or stored as fat. 5 It may help you quit smoking. You may find after following a raw foods diet that you don't want to put "bad" or unhealthy products back into your system. A raw foods diet that incorporates BluePrintCleanse juices for a prolonged length of time might help resolve all kinds of habits: smoking, alcohol, even nail biting. (By the way, these are usually symptoms of a pH imbalance, or rather, being too acidic). Your Familv's linle Secret ... Diabetes; Diabetes is a serious problem within the African-American com munity, but there is good news. A study, the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), proved that Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed in those at high risk for the disease. Knowing the health history of your siblings, parents, grandparents and other relatives is important because it gives you and your health care team information about your risk for developing health problems, such as type 2 di abetes. You can't change your family history, but knowing about it can help you work with your health care team to take action on things you can change. Studies have shown that you can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes by losing 5 to 7 percent of your weight, if you are overweight-that's 10 to 14 pounds if you weigh 200 pounds. You can lose weight by walking 30 minutes a day for five days a week and choosing healthy foods lower in fat and calories. Ask Around Talk to your relatives to find out if anyone has dia betes. If you have been diag nosed with diabetes, tell your family. Update your health care team on your family history Talk to your health care team about whether you should be screened for dia betes. It is important to find out early if you have diabetes so you can take steps to man age the disease. People who keep their blood glucose (sugar) as close to normal as possible in the early years after they are diagnosed with diabetes have fewer pro blems with their eyes, nerves, and kidneys, and fewer heart attacks later in life. Make A Healthy Eating Plan The plan should in clude: 1. Eating a variety of colorful fruits and veg etables, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products. 2. Choosing lean meats, poultry without the skin, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts. 3 Foods low in saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, salt and added sugars. Get Moving Make physical activity a family affair. Go for a walk, or play soccer, basketball, or tag with your children. Try swimming, biking, hiking, jogging, or any activity that you enjoy. Vary your activi ties so you don't get bored Make as family plan to work together to prevent or delay Type 2 diabetes. If someone in your family has diabetes, ask how family members can support them. Prevention & Educati Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation ANGEU.A l'OML.INSON, DDS, PA GAIL C. MCDONAI.D, DDS, MPH Exams, Clear*lg & Filings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Clvwns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extraction Implant Rastotations Walk-Ins & Emerge! Ides Welcome Most lnst.rance Acx:epted Senior Citizen Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare .com Two Locations 701 W. MLK BLVD. SUITE 6 TAMPA, FL 33603 OFFICE: 813-238-3300 FAX: 813-238-3310 HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:30 AM-5 PM 4941 E. BUSCH BLVD. 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""'" .... en < c fE Paul A. Diggs Neighborhood Association Monthly Meeting The monthly meetings of the Paul A. Diggs Neigh borhood Association, Lorenzo Robinson, President, resumed on August 16th. The meetings are held every third Tuesday b egin ning at 6:30 p.m. The meet ing is held at the ColemanBush Building, 1104 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Lakeland. Senior Residents Participate In 2012 National Night Out On Tuesday, August 7th, the senior residents of Lakeland 's Cecil Gober Villa u.. joined in with numerous c Lakeland communities, by Z hosting a 2012 National
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., National c Missing Connecticut Teen Jesse Jackson, Jr. _Firstladv Michelle Being Treated For C) Mav Be With Older Man Bi-Polar Disorder Obama To Guest Edit For Leah Jackson, 15, of New Haven Connecticut is miss ing. The night she went miss ing, her mother says someone picked Leah up from her house Police believe she is a run away. She shut down her Face book page before she dis appeared. Her family sus pects she might be with a Hispanic male in his early 20s named "Johnny." Police say they are investi gating the missing persons re-LEAH JACKSON port. The family has been out posting fliers and canvassing the area. Mom Caught Drunk With &Kids En Route To Bar GAINESVILLE, FL Lawanda Lowery-Gale of Gainsville, Fla., has been charged with DUI eight counts of child neglect and driving with a suspended li cense after officers allegedly caught her driving drunk with eight children in her van. Six of the children report edly belong to LoweryGales'. The incident occurred Fri day night around 9:50 p.m. when Lowery-Gale report edly side-swiped another ve hicle. When cops stopped her they noticed that there were eight children in the vehicle LA WANDA LOWERY-GALE and that she appeared to b e intoxicated. No one was seriously injured during the traffic inci dent, though more than $1,ooo in damages were in curred. RomneV's VP Pick Causes Backlash DENVER The newly shaped Republican presiden tial ticket is fighting growing pains amid charges from President Barack Obama's re-election team that challenger Mitt Romney favors his new running mate, Wise. Rep. Paul Ryan's controversial plans to overhaul Medicare and cut trillions of dollars from social programs. The debate moves across five swing states as both cam paigns operate at full strength for a second day. Two days after formally se lecting Ryan to complete the GOP ticket, Romney pub licly pr!lised his running mate's work as necessary to protect the long-term survival of Medicare, the governmentrun health insurance pro gram for the elderly. Romney did not say so, but the plans Ryan produced in the past two years as chairman of the House Budget MITIROMNEY And PAUL RYAN Committee retain the $700 billion in Medicare cuts even as they call for the repeal of Obama's health care plan. Romney said there may be differences between his own budget plan and Ryan's, but he refused to detail them. Romney's staff said the for mer Massachusetts governor favored a plan to restore the $700 billion in cuts. Looking to move past ques tions about Medicare, both Romney and Ryan are ex pected to focus on energy. REP. JESSE JACKSON, JR. CHICAGO U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., a Chicago Democrat who took a hushed medical leave two months ago, is being treated for bipolar disorder, the Mayo Clinic announced. The Rochester, Minn.-based clinic specified his condition as Bipolar II, which is defined as periodic episodes of depres sion and hypomania, a less se rious form of mania. "Congressman Jackson is responding well to the treat ment and regammg his strength," the clinic said in a statement. Bipolar II is a treatable con dition that affects parts of the brain controlling emotion, thought and drive and is likel y caused 'by. a complex set of genetic and environmental fac tors," the clinic said. The statement also men tioned that Jackson under went weight loss surgery in 2004 and said such a surgery can change how the body ab sorbs foods and medications, among other things. His father, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, wouldn't say much about the diagnosis ''I'm glad he's getting the treatment he needs and is re sponding well," the elder Jackson said, adding that there's no timetable" for his recovery. Experts and mental health advocates say many people are able to work and function in their daily lives while manag ing treatment. Women's Website .... N 0 LOS ANGELES -First Lady Michelle Obarna is turning online editor for a week. A website for women, iVillage, said Monday the first lad y has agreed to serve as a guest editor, focusing on back-to-school issues. Mrs. Obama has been working with iVillage staff members to address chal lenges, including healthy eat ing for students and how to balance busy family sched ules the site said. "We shared all kinds of stories (both success stories and cautionary tales) and tips about how to help / our kids be healthy and succeed this school year," and now iVil lage visitors will have a chance to add to the discus-FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA sion, Mrs. Obama said in a statement. .... N Personal anecdotes and previously unseen family photos will offer a peek at how Mrs. Obama handles ;!! the start of the school year. 0 c )> (/) Shooting Near Texas A & M Campus leaves Three Dead m z ::j z m r I m c: r r m ::j z ., COLLEGE STATION, Texas Police say a gunman was being served an eviction notice before he opened fire from inside a home near Texas A&M and killed a law enforcement officer. College Station Assistant Police Chief Scott McCollum says Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann was among three peo ple, including the gunman, killed in a shootout at the house Monday. McCollum says a 65year-old man was the third person killed. A woman and three law enforcement offi cers also were injured. McCollum says Bachmann went to the off -cam-c: m r c;; m c m < m -t c: m pus home near A&M's football stadium early Monday afternoon when the gunman opened fire. Other officers responded to the scene after C receiving a call that an officer wasdown. c The shooting prompted Texas A&M to send out an alert warning students and residents to stay away from the area. PERSONAL INJURY & AUTO ACCIDENTS BARBAS SANDERS BmER&HovsEPIAN .Kl"JJRNBYS AND COUNSBLOIIS JCr LAW Jimmie Butler Agllano : Automobile Accidents Motorcycle Accidents Slip and Fall Wrongful Death 1802 WEST CLEVELAND STREET TAMPA. FLORIDA 33606 813-254-6652 Boat/Jet Ski Accidents Defective Products .. All Injury Claims Free lnformaiiOn Concnlng Quallllcallons & Experience Avallal* Upon h lllng o1 an attorney Ia an imponant dec:ISion tllat IIIOUid nol llaUed SOlely upon a.tor you cMicidt, ask IIIlO Hnd you trM Written Information. C) m ..... CD I m

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N .,... 0 N ....: .,... 1-en ;:::) ;:::) <( 14:: c a: II u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ;:::) 1w > w c w :E: en .::::; m ;:::) c. z tu ..J ..J ;:::) m ..J w z j::: z w en i: a: 0 ..J u. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFP No. 12-534-052 CONCESSION AGREEMENT; LUGGAGE CARTS Sealed proposals for a concess ion agreement for luggage cart services w ill be received from firms by the Author ity at Tampa International A irport Offices l ocated at 4100 George J. Bean Parkway Suite 3311, Main Terminal 3rd Floor, Blue Side, Tampa F lorida 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requir ements will be available on the Tampa Internat i onal Airport webs ite at www.tampaairport.com Quick Links, Airport Business Not ice of Sol i citations on Wednesday, August 8, 2012. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-013-12 EMPLOYEE BASIC TERM LIFE & ACCIDENTAL DEATH & DISMEMBERMENT BENEFITS The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified firms or individuals interested in providing Employee Basic Term Life and Accidental Death and D i smemberment Group Insurance Coverage TPA will hold A MANDATORY PRE-BID TELECONFERENCE on Friday, August 24, 2012 at 1 0:00 a.m. TPA will only accept proposals submitted by firms participating in the teleconference. See Instructions to Bidders, Paragraph 3.5 of the bid documents for teleconference detaiJs The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's webs i te (www tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar.com). Interested f i rms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 11 01 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 Sealed bids are due by Thursday, September 6, 2012 at l:OO p m at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Firms failing to submit the required ITS Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids. Questions concerning this ITB should be directed to Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813} 905-5044, by email at dcasey@ta mpaport.com or by fax at (813) 905-5050. For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts m I[:EBIT I 0 N VIsa. W AIITI-rlcan Debit Cards C) V ,la ne if REQUEST FOR PROPUSALS Competitive sealed proposals will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened on October 1 1 2012 at 2:30 p.m. for: RFP 007-12 Management and Operation of the Flying Eagle Nature Center MANDATORY SITE VISIT: Site visits are scheduled for 10 :00 a m on Thursday, September 6 ; Monday, September 1 0 ; and Tuesday, September 18 2012 at 12650 East Boy Scout Road, Inverness, Florida 34450 EVALUATOR' S MEETING: An evaluator' s meeting i s scheduled for 10 : 00 a m on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 with an alternate date of Thursday, November 1 2012 at the Southwest Florida Water Management District Headquarters, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899 The Request for Proposals may be obtained through the D istrict's Internet website at http : //www Water Matters org/procurement under "View Our Soli citations on DemandStar" or "Alternate View of Our Current Solicitations." Southwest Florida Water Management District, Procurement, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604 -6899; procurement@watermatters .org; 352-796-7211, ext. 4132 ; or i n Florida: 1 800-423-1476 TOO ONLY 1-800-231-6103 The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause. Ellen F. Cuarta Contracts Administrator I I EMPLOYMENT Drivers: Local Great .PaY & Benefits Home Everyday Paid Holidays/Vacations 401K CDL-A w/X End School Grads Accepted 866-358-3937 II The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate Investing Is Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High PayOuts Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k $50k Start Immediately Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ELECTRICIAN I (NON STANDARD HOURS) $27 996 00 FINGERPRINT SPECIALIST $34 361.00 HEAD START/EHS EDUCATION MANAGER $40,768 00 MULTI-TRADES WORKER I (NON STANDARD HOURS) $27,996 00 MULTI-TRADES WORKER II (NON STANDARD HOURS) $31,574.00 PERSONAL CARE AIDE $19,822.00 SOLID WASTE COORDINATOR $31,512.00 SYSTEMS COORDINATOR (CROSS-FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMS) $40,768.00 See our web site at http://www.hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard 17th Floor, Tampa FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AAIEEO Employer J. Origami Seeking Experienced Tailo r s And Seamstress Experience Organ i zation And Neatness Required Commission Based Salary Serious Inquires Only Call (813) 447-7652 Seeking Professional And Experienced BBQ Gr ill & Pit Cook For High Volum e Produc ing Restaurant Must Have Reliable Transportation And Weekend/Late Night Availab ility Serious Inquiries Only Please Call 813-767-4842 II FOR RENT II FRESH!!! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Condo Spacious, Secure Tiled, Lots More Must See Won't Last Section 8 OK Call (813) 960-8490 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Townhouse Large Fenced Yard Ceramic/Carpet No Pets WDH CHA Section 8 (813) 949-3482 Temple Terrace River Oaks 1 Bedroom -Condo Washer/Dryer Included Covered Parking Gated Community $.695. 00/Monthly Call (813) 264-5464 (813) 265-2328 Evenings

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:!! c II FOR RENT II II HOMES FOR RENT II II APTS. FOR RENT II g c C/) -t 1 011 E. Bougainvillea 211 For The Price Of One Quiet Property Beautiful Duplex Fenced Yard Section 8 -0 Deposit 139th Avenue Apartment (813) 264-9660 Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CAIH, WID Hook-up Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 Ybor City Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment $700 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Furnished Room With AIC And Cable $350 00/Monthly Call' (813) 209-3289 USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685.00 Call 813-22o-3633 II HOMES FOR RENT II 1907 W. Palmetto Street 3/2-Home CHA Deck Carport Laundry Room Fenced Backyard $1,000.00/Monthly $1,000.00 Deposit Section 8 Only (813) 695-0324 CONTACT LAVORA 0 (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ---------------------------------------8315 Dahlia Avenue Progress Village 4 Bedroom/1 Bath $925 00/Rent $700.00 / Security Depos i t Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 789-0760 1708 East ldell Street 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 8605 Tidewater Trail 4 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Section 8 Welcome Nagi (813) 727-6782 Sulphur Springs Area Large 3 & 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Fenced CHA $850 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted (813) 503-5321 3019 North 38th Street 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths On Quiet Dead End Street CHA Carport $875.00/Monthly $800 00/Security (813) 335-6688 2914 East 27th Avenue 5 Bedrooms/2 Full Baths CHA $1,300.00/Monthly $650 00/Deposit Section 8 Only Call Jonda (727) 32o-7310 3418 North 49th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA WDH, Fenced Yard Available Now (813) 770-2003 (813) 735-5295 (813) 713-4055 Handyman Special 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Spacious, Fenced Yard $750.00/Monthly $400.00/0eposit Waived Visit P'ullne Morgan .-!; Do Facebobk Homeless Call (813) 398-0992 I II .t;' r First Month Free $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House With Carport 3620 Machado $700 00/Month l y (813) 238-6353 APTS. FOR RENT La Casa Mia 12301 North 11th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Only $550.00 Includes Water First Month Free With Secur i ty 813-971-Q341 Gann & Gann Rentals 407 Floribraska East 1 Bedroom Upstairs Apartment $425 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 949-8997 North Tampa And Temple Terrace 2 And 3 Bedrooms From $750.00 WDH 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 813-915-9787 Presbyterian Homes of Florida, Inc d/b/a Presbyterian Villas Senior 62+ Community $324.00 -Small Apartment Plus Electric $361.00Large Apartment Plus Electric Amenities Conveniently Located On City Bus Line Maximum Income Limits Call For Application Phone: 813-839-5331 TDD: SOG-955-8771 4011 S. Ave., Tampa, Fl 33611 II Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 1 00% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675.00 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11734 North 15th Street (14th Street And Fletcher) Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments $199.00 Move-In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms Available Now For Immediate Move Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espanol Contact Us At (813) 971-5254 Busch Gardens USF Areas Bad Credit? No Problem! Free Application NO DEPOSIT! 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Floors Central Air Ceiling Fans $525.00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!! Call 813-244-4551 First Month Free $50.00 Move In Excellent Rental History Required 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Upstairs Apartment With Deck 3625 Potter Street #B Gated Courtyard And Additional Lighted Parking In Rear Of 3623 Potter $585.00/Monthly Includes Water (813) 238-6353 II Move In Special 1st Month Off Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $625.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit A/C, New Tile/Carpet Call (813) 298-2499 361 0 North 55th Street Apartment #B 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced $700 00/Monthly Includes WSG Avail ab l e Now Call Robert (813) 381-0062 DUPLEX Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 Central Tampa 8207 North 1Oth Street #B 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 900 SF $70.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 546-4287 ,, ...... .:"" N 0 ...... N r-0 :::D c :J> C/) m z :::! z m r-OJ c r-rm :::! z ., c CD r-u; :::1: m c m < m -t c m C/) c )> z c :!! J C) m N ...... I OJ

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